The Missouri House and Senate are still at an impasse over next year’s state budget. The Senate has made no progress on persuading Republican Jason Crowell of Cape Girardeau to stop blocking legislation to fund veterans’ homes.
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A Missouri House committee is backing legislation that would let young drivers take the wheel under the supervision of an older friend or relative.
Supporters of raising Missouri's minimum wage and limiting payday loans have submitted petitions to get the measures on the November ballot.
The Missouri House has given first-round approval to legislation changing the way school districts handle teacher layoffs.
The Missouri Senate has approved a proposed constitutional amendment revising the selection process for appellate judges.
This week we sit down with Columbia Daily Tribune statehouse reporter Rudy Keller to discuss the big issues facing the General Assembly as the end of the legislative session approaches.
Missouri lawmakers have given final approval to a bill that could help military veterans receive on-the-job training for private-sector jobs.
Nine conservative Republican senators who held up debate on Missouri's budget plan had claimed it spent too much, relied too heavily on one-time revenue sources and needed a structural overhaul.
The State Senate is considering legislation aiming to prevent economic disasters like Mamtek’s failed factory project in Moberly.