The resolution, if passed, would make Missouri the first state to vote on a religious liberties amendment to the state constitution.
Missouri citizens will vote on the proposed amendment in an upcoming election if it passes through the House.
Senate Bill 731 would allow institutions to ban concealed carry, provided they have they have guards and “electronic weapons screening devices” at every entrance to all buildings on the property.
All six of the board’s members are lawyers.
One bill would allow permit holders to have concealed carry firearms on college campuses.
The veto session will cover topics from the A+ Scholarship to minimum wage and insurance laws. It begins Wednesday at noon and could go as late as Thursday.
Senate Bill 321 would provide survivors of sexual assault with an order of protection and revise the definition of stalking.
With last week’s events fresh in their minds, equality advocates look ahead.
The ACLU opposes the so-called vampire provision.
Students and officials said bias in the classroom isn't a problem.
Decades of effort culminated in the bill’s passage.
The bills were combined to allow reconciliation.
Columbia uses red light cameras to change driving behavior.
The bills would give transparency in protection for security deposits.
Committee debates implementing standards to increase sustainability.
The drug is viewed as a marijuana alternative.
The task force includes UM system President Gary Forsee.
Per the bill, teens would make 75 percent of state minimum wage.
The proposed bill would equalize public and private school funding.
This year, Missouri is considering lowering the licensing age.