(The Center Square) – The Missouri House Friday narrowly adopted a bill establishing the state’s first program to allow private donors to donate money for K-12 students to attend private schools in exchange for corresponding tax cuts.
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The measure won just enough support to advance to the Missouri Senate.
Missouri Republican Sen. Josh Hawley said he believes workers at large businesses, those that generate $1 billion or more in revenue annually, should receive $15 per hour.
President Joe Biden’s American Rescue Plan is hurtling towards a vote in Congress, and it’s supported by St. Joseph Mayor Bill McMurray.
Gov. Mike Parson losing his temper recently in a letter to Speaker of the House Rob Vescovo didn’t surprise me for a few reasons. The Post-Dispatch reported Sunday on the letter, in which Parson blasts the Jefferson County Republican for the “purposeful and disgusting scheme to embarrass” the governor by forcing the State of the State speech to be given in the Senate instead of its normal location in the House.
Nearly a decade ago, there was another public health scare at the Missouri tourist hotspot, and the politicians were on opposite sides.
Three years ago he was a "critic" pushing the governor to act. Now the shoe is on a different foot.
Former state Rep. Rick Stream says getting rid of Gen. Larry Kay is a good start, but should only be the beginning.
Pristine nature of survey of veterans home raises more questions than it answers.