Congress has jumped one hurdle to avoid another federal government shutdown. Alisa Nelson reports.
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Crime-fighting efforts are a top 2020 legislative priority for Missouri’s attorney general and for several state lawmakers. Jill Enders reports.
A Missouri House interim committee that’s studying local tax rates will hold its final hearing today in Jefferson City, to discuss recommendations. Brian Hauswirth has a preview.
Infrastructure and wind energy were topics at this year’s conference for the Missouri Association of Counties
Infrastructure and wind energy were topics at the annual conference for the Missouri Association of Counties, where county officials from across the state meet to share ideas on improving local government. Ryan Hart reports.
Governor Parson says Missouri has a problem with the number of young people smoking electronic cigarettes and the state is trying to get out in front of a problem that he says could explode. During a press conference, Parson says a multi-agency effort has formed to launch the Clear the Air campaign about the dangers […]
What do Republican legislative leaders plan to do about violent crime? Some of them will talk about that today in St. Louis. Ashley Byrd reports.