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Several key issues still being considered as Missouri Legislature session winds down

The Missouri Legislature has some unfinished business to take care of before the session ends this week, including restrictions on initiative ballot petitions and transgenderism. Gov. Mike Parson already has said that ...

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Bill to eliminate taxes on groceries could cost local cities

A bipartisan attempt to eliminate the state sales tax on groceries purchased in grocery stores appears to be stalled in the Missouri Legislature. That’s a relief to some who say the taxes ...

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Missouri legislature may call special session over Kansas City defunding police

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Missouri Republicans are calling for a special legislative session to address the Kansas City Council and Mayor Quinton Lucas defunding the police department. Lucas, who recently traveled to Washington DC to meet ...

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Governor meets with city leaders to address gun violence

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This week, Missouri legislators and the governor have been meeting with St. Louis officials to address the city’s gun violence. St. Louis County Chief of Police Jon Belmar met with Gov. Mike ...

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Missouri hopes to totally ban texting and driving

Missouri may join other states that completely ban texting and driving. State Rep. Jim Hansen, R-Frankford, wants to join most U.S. states by enforcing a total ban on the dangerous habit. Hansen ...

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Missouri State House August 7th Primary Preview

Across the metro, there are several highly contested races for the Missouri Legislature. Below is our first preview article on races south of the river. An additional article will be  posted for ...

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