Republican and Democratic House members gathered today to unveil several proposals they say will improve K-12 education in Missouri.
The idea getting the most attention is school choice - allowing students from failing school districts to transfer to better-performing schools statewide.
An attorney who successfully challenged Missouri's photo ID law for voters in 2006 plans a new legal argument if the requirement is revived.
Governor Jay Nixon spent a few minutes with reporters in Jefferson City today, answering questions about education and other topics.
At least one labor union that represents state workers in Missouri is lashing out at Governor Jay Nixon's plan to eliminate more than 860 state jobs.
Nixon made that announcement during Wednesday's State of the State Address.
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