(The Center Square) – It’s getting down to the nitty-gritty for Missouri lawmakers who will be casting budget votes Thursday – perhaps well into the night – and Friday, the last day in the 2021 session that appropriations bills can be approved.

(The Center Square) – The Missouri House on Tuesday adopted a wide-ranging, heavily amended Senate bill that would make it a crime to block traffic during unlawful assemblies, increase penalties for vandalizing property, prevent local governments from defunding police, create a Police Bill o…

(The Center Square) – Missouri overpaid about 46,000 people more than $150 million in federal and state unemployment benefits in 2020 and the state’s Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (DLIR), supported by Gov. Mike Parson, wanted to force recipients to return those excess payments.

(The Center Square) – The Missouri House on Monday refused to endorse an avalanche of Senate amendments restricting local public health officials’ emergency powers and banning “vaccine passports” on an unrelated bill it had already adopted.

(The Center Square) – It’s getting down to the nitty-gritty for Missouri lawmakers who will be casting budget votes Thursday – perhaps well into the night – and Friday, the last day in the 2021 session that appropriations bills can be approved.

(The Center Square) – The Missouri House on Tuesday adopted a wide-ranging, heavily amended Senate bill that would make it a crime to block traffic during unlawful assemblies, increase penalties for vandalizing property, prevent local governments from defunding police, create a Police Bill o…

(The Center Square) – Missouri overpaid about 46,000 people more than $150 million in federal and state unemployment benefits in 2020 and the state’s Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (DLIR), supported by Gov. Mike Parson, wanted to force recipients to return those excess payments.

(The Center Square) – The Missouri House on Monday refused to endorse an avalanche of Senate amendments restricting local public health officials’ emergency powers and banning “vaccine passports” on an unrelated bill it had already adopted.