A disgraced former Missouri House speaker has been fined $47,000 for allegedly breaking campaign finance laws, according to records released Tuesday.
A bill to legalize sports gambling in Missouri passed the state House speedily on Tuesday, but the measure's prospects in the Senate are far less certain.
Missouri lawmakers argued Wednesday over a bill that would ban most LGBTQ education subjects for all grades in the state's public schools.
Black lawmakers in Missouri are accusing House Republican leaders of racism after shutting down debate and passing a bill that could strip power from the Black woman elected as the St. Louis prosecutor.
The Republican-led Missouri House of Representatives is advancing a proposal to make it harder to amend the state constitution.
Gov. Mike Parson's budget recommendations acknowledge that the state’s courts will need additional funding to cover the costs of expunging criminal records as required by a voter-approved marijuana amendment.
Women who serve in the Missouri House will face a tougher dress code when they return to the floor this week after a debate that Democrats panned as a pointless distraction from the issues facing the state.
Missouri lawmakers are back in Jefferson City as the 2023 legislative session kicks off.
Top Republican lawmakers say making it harder to amend Missouri's Constitution is a top priority in this year's legislative session.
Missouri voters on Nov. 8 sent 20 lawyers to the Missouri House and six more to the state Senate.
Missouri senators on Tuesday passed $40 million in annual tax breaks for farmers, ranchers and other agriculture-related businesses as part of a special legislative session.
The powerful Missouri House Budget Committee on Wednesday voted to phase out corporate income taxes.
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