Featured StoryNew Editorial from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Missouri Senate blames unions for economic woes. Oh, please.
For those of you wondering who could possibly be blamed for the moribund economy all of us in Missouri and the nation suffered through in recent
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The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), its corporate backers and extremist Missouri lawmakers may have won the first round in their drive to silence workingStanding With Working People in Jefferson County
As a neighbor in Jefferson County, I want to share some good news about our local elected leaders. Even though a majority in the MissouriEducation bill stalls despite backing from Speaker
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A bill that would establish new requirements for evaluations of public school teachers was beaten back last month by a 55-102KC Star: “Missouri lawmakers should kill ‘Right-to-work’ fraud”
On April 3rd, the Missouri House Workforce Development and Workplace Safety Committee sent two bills to the full General Assembly for a vote. One wouldControversial education bill still alive
The most important job a legislator has during his/her four-month session in Jefferson City each year is to pass a budget. One of the largest