Missouri lawmakers on Thursday passed a bill that would tighten the Missouri attorney general’s procedures for hiring private attorneys. But the bill does not cap fees for those attorneys.
The Missouri Legislature passed a new version of a bill that would restrict lawsuits against hog farms, although Gov. Jay Nixon isn’t publicly committing to signing it yet.
A bill extending a major source of funding for legal aid organizations has been given final approval.
Gov. Jay Nixon has vetoed a bill that would have made litigation against hog farms more difficult.
Gov. Jay Nixon will hold a press conference tomorrow in St. Louis to veto a bill that sought to change Missouri’s employment discrimination law.
A bill on its way to Gov. Jay Nixon makes a number of changes in the state’s employment discrimination law, making it harder for fired workers to win in court.
After a year of criticism from Republicans, Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster has gotten involved in the fight against the federal health care law.
The Missouri Senate has approved a host of changes to state employment discrimination law, setting a higher bar for fired workers to succeed
The House Judiciary Committee has voted to advance a bill that would throw out the Missouri Sentencing Advisory Commission and enact a new set of sentencing standards.
A woman sued because she files horse teeth for a living could get relief from the Statehouse instead of the courthouse.
The state Senate has passed legislation that would require voters to show a photo ID to cast a ballot.
The longtime Greene County prosecutor who took a new job with Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich last month will lead a new effort that will follow in the wake of Schweich’s audits.
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