State Legislature

Missouri Senate votes to raise funding for K-12 schools

Prospects dimming for LGBT rights in Missouri this session

Missouri Senate panel approves budget plan

Plan to end tax break for Missouri seniors, disabled stalls

Missouri Senate passes prescription drug monitoring program

Missouri lawmakers pass statewide rules for Uber, Lyft

Missouri budget leaders plan Amber Alert reboot, expansion

Uber, Lyft regulations pass Missouri Senate

Missouri bill would cap fees for contracted state lawyers

Mo. House panel OKs bill to make workplace bias claims harder

Missouri mulls funding cuts for sobriety checkpoints

Missouri House OKs budget with hike in K-12 school funding

Missouri advances bill pushing medical help for overdoses

Missouri House advances bill to restrict powdered alcohol

Mo. senator drops fight against prescription drug database

Missouri House endorses state budget plan

Missouri budget plan says no to DWI checkpoints

Arkansas lawmakers give initial OK to state's $5.5B budget

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