The Missouri House has voted to give a special committee more time to find ways to boost the salaries of state employees.
The Missouri House has passed legislation that seeks to both bar and criminalize enforcement of the 2010 federal health care law.
Legislation allowing Missourians to place their cell phone numbers on the state's telemarketing No Call List is moving forward.
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Missouri House members have approved legislation that supporters hope will reduce lawsuits stemming from suicides by inmates at jails and prisons.
Legislation that would require teachers to work more years in a school district before earning tenure has received first-round approval in the Missouri Senate.
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A proposal to limit teen access to tanning beds has divided Missouri House members over rival concerns about cancer and government mandates.
There are less than two months left in this year’s session of the Missouri General Assembly, and House Republicans still haven’t scheduled debate on a wide-ranging public school bill.
The Missouri House has given first-round approval to legislation restricting lawsuits that stem from some crimes committed at businesses.
Newspaper publishers in Missouri could have to pay more to buy paper, ink and other supplies under a measure that has been endorsed by a House panel.
In a 7-5 vote Wednesday, the House Tax Reform Committee backed a proposal to eliminate sales tax exemptions on newspaper equipment in order to help fund state aid to the blind.
Both the Missouri House and Senate have passed bills that could shorten the sentences of some criminals who are placed on probation or parole.
Legislation that would add gun owners to the state’s list of protected minority groups has passed the Missouri House.