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The Missouri House is advancing a bill that would ban marriages of children ages 14 years old or younger. Under current law, children ages 15-17... [Read More]
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A new gun debate by Missouri lawmakers has some local business owners on edge. Some restaurant owners are concerned about the changes that will happen... [Read More]
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If passed, the legislation would exempt health care entities that distribute hypodermic needles or syringes from violating drug paraphernalia laws.        ... [Read More]
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A bill in the Missouri House would do away with mandatory motor vehicle inspections. Opponents are concerned about safety. [Read More]
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St. Joseph Mayor Bill Falkner said it would easy to run again for his current office, but instead announced Thursday that he's running for a... [Read More]
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After weeks of acrimony — including a 25-hour filibuster last week — senators on Thursday gave final approval to an overhaul of Missouri's utility laws. [Read More]
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The St. Louis Circuit Attorney's office is conducting a criminal investigation into a claim that Gov. Eric Greitens, a Republican, took a compromising photograph of... [Read More]
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The Missouri House has passed a bill to reduce the duration of state jobless benefits to one of the shortest periods nationally. House members voted... [Read More]
The Missouri House has passed a bill to make it legal for organizations to provide free needles to drug users. House members voted 135-13 Thursday... [Read More]
For the second year, the Missouri House Elections and Elected Officials Committee has been asked to let the attorney general live anywhere in the state. [Read More]
The Missouri House is advancing a bill that would ban marriages of children ages 14 years old or younger. House members gave the proposal initial... [Read More]
Members of the Missouri House Budget Committee are questioning some of Gov. Eric Greitens proposed office budget. The Springfield News-Leader reports Greitens' chief of staff,... [Read More]
FREE NEEDLES The Missouri House advances a bill would allow organizations to provide free needles to drug users.  House members on Tuesday gave... [Read More]
A Missouri House committee considered a bill Tuesday that could make substantive changes to the way public-sector employees negotiate contracts. [Read More]
Efforts to repeal or change Missouri's prevailing wage law took another step forward Tuesday as a Missouri House Committee voted to advance a bill that... [Read More]
At least two swatting measures are being looked at in the Missouri legislature in Jefferson City. [Read More]
The Missouri House of Representatives passed a bill Monday that would give Jefferson City a small portion of land for riverfront access to Adrian's Island. [Read More]
On Monday HB 1649, also known as "Champ's Law," failed to pass through the Missouri House of Representatives after falling nine votes short of the... [Read More]
Missouri house lawmakers on Monday voted down a bill that would have increased penalties for assaulting a police dog. [Read More]
Missouri lawmakers are trying again to reduce the duration of state jobless benefits to one of the shortest periods nationally. House members gave the measure... [Read More]
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