The measure restores the $68.1 million previously cut from higher education.
After a 40-hour filibuster in March and a four-hour public testimony April 12, the bill failed.
Missouri’s Safe at Home program could see an extension that will give confidential addresses to victims of human trafficking.
Following the resignations of former UM System President Tim Wolfe and Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin, several Missouri lawmakers issued statements of support.
Some say recent legislation is a matter of discrimination, not lack of funding.
The city and statewide efforts to lessen the gender pay gap are notable steps in the right direction.
Senate bill 144 and city wage changes have been a huge steps in the right direction - but there’s still work to do.
Individuals can purchase a new ID in Columbia for just $11.
Protecting the rights of citizens should be Missouri’s first priority, and passing this bill would cement this belief.
HB 407 would revise the definition of discrimination to protect against the discrimination of various sexual orientations and gender identities.
The plan would be funded by raising the tax on tobacco.
Senate Bill 351, House Bill 792 and House Bill 781 all work to create a statewide set of regulations for Transportation Network Companies.
House Bill 1284 would make the abuse either a class C or class B felony, depending on use.
House Bills 1338 and 1339 would eliminate state funding for public institutions that have gender-neutral bathrooms.
Cyberbullying, communication of policies addressed in the new bills.
House Bills 1338 and 1339 would limit funding for gender-neutral environments.
The bill, sponsored by State Rep. Stephen Webber, D-Columbia, would create guidelines to ensure equal pay.
A state representative proposed a referendum to amend the Missouri Constitution.
The debate pits convenience and practicality against environmental concerns.
MU students could become disfranchised should proposed legislation pass.
The proposed bill seeks to eliminate prosecutor bias.