Legislation to make Missouri a "right-to-work" state is again coming up in state Senate.
A senate panel last week endorsed two bills that would make it a misdemeanor to require workers to pay union fees as a condition of employment.
One of the two proposals, sponsored by Senate President Pro Tem Rob Mayer, would go before voters if it passes the Legislature. The other would go to the governor's desk.
They were discovered Tuesday outside the offices of five Democratic State Senators and one Republican House Member. Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal of St. Louis County says someone planted two stickers outside her office:
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The Missouri Quilt Guild and the Missouri Department of Corrections joined forces for the second year of the “Fill Your Stockings” Restorative Justice program.
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department and Jefferson City Police are working on a heroin awareness campaign.
AP: The pending release of three American students arrested in Egypt during protests near Cairo's Tahrir Square is the best Thanksgiving gift, the mother of one of the young men said Thursday.
Jefferson City residents could see a half-cent sales tax increase as early as February of next year.