Republican leaders in the Missouri House are calling on Governor Jay Nixon (D) to release more funding for school buses.
The challenge follows Thursday’s news that state revenue collections are up by more than six percent since July of last year.
Missouri legislative leaders don't expect walkouts by Democrats in Wisconsin and other Midwestern states over labor union issues to happen here.
Democrats and union leaders in the Show-Me State are opposing legislation in the State Senate that would make Missouri a right-to-work state.
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The Missouri General Assembly has begun its annual legislative session in Jefferson City.
New Republican leaders in both chambers emphasized job growth as their top priorities.
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