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Secretary of State’s Office Announces Signatures Turned in for Five Petitions by Deadline

Secretary of State’s Office Announces Signatures Turned in for Five Petitions by Deadline Jefferson City, MO – The Missouri Secretary of State’s office announced today that signatures were turned in…

MSTA sues to block teacher pay raise

MSTA sues to block teacher pay raise In a desperate attempt to cause another “log jam” in the Wentzville School District’s negotiations for 2008 teacher salaries and other improvements, the…

BOND ANNOUNCES $1.7 MILLION IN FEDERAL ASSISTANCE FOR MISSOURI AUTO WORKERS

Funds Will Provide Counseling & Assistance for Workers Affected by Layoffs

House approves Baker’s Utilicare legislation

The House of Representatives today approved legislation sponsored by state Rep. Judy Baker that increases the amount of money available through the Utilicare program for energy assistance to low-income Missourians.…

Help for Working Families to Buy Health Insurance

Missouri families earning low incomes are a step closer to available, affordable healthcare with the Missouri Senate's initial approval of Senate Bill 1283, sponsored by Sen. Tom Dempsey, R-St. Charles

SPECIES LISTED ENDANGERED BEFORE SPECIES ENDANGERED

 SPECIES LISTED ENDANGERED BEFORE SPECIES ENDANGERED By Garrett Hawkins Spring couldn’t come soon enough for those weary from scraping ice, shoveling snow, clearing broken tree limbs and simply enduring frigid…

Attorney General Jay Nixon, Kansas City Leaders Call for Major Reform of Payday Loan Industry

During these difficult economic times, payday loan industry takes advantage of Missouri’s most vulnerable families

BOND: DEMOCRATS IN DENIAL – DESPITE PROGRESS STILL COMMITTED TO DEFEAT

 BOND: DEMOCRATS IN DENIAL – DESPITE PROGRESS STILL COMMITTED TO DEFEAT WASHINGTON, DC – Vice Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, U.S. Senator Kit Bond, today criticized the…

Budget for Missouri Department of Agriculture Concerns Farm Organizations

 Budget for Missouri Department of Agriculture Concerns Farm Organizations Missouri’s major agricultural organizations representing livestock producers issued a joint statement today expressing their concern with the inadequate funding of the…

Congressman Hulshof Hires Matt Blunt’s Political Team to Help Him Run on Matt Blunt’s Agenda

 Congressman Hulshof Hires Matt Blunt’s Political Team to Help Him Run on Matt Blunt’s Agenda JEFFERSON CITY, MO — Today, to the surprise of nobody, news broke that Congressman Kenny…

Senate Endorses Reforms Combating Illegal Immigration

JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Senate gave first-round approval today to comprehensive reforms designed to fight illegal immigration activity in Missouri and to protect Missourians from the tens of millions…