A potential Republican primary for Missouri governor was stirring concern among some party activists Saturday as hundreds of Republicans gathered for an annual conference — unity being its unofficial theme.
The Missouri Republican Party has endorsed a ballot measure seeking to create a constitutional right to farm.
Missouri senators have passed legislation that would send federal agents to jail for enforcing some federal gun laws.
Members of the military and people with disabilities would have a better chance to be listed first on the ballot under a measure Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon signed into law on Wednesday.
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Missouri lawmakers need better guidelines on what their relationships with lobbyists can be, state Sen. Brad Lager told the Senate’s Rules, Joint Ruled and Elections Committee Tuesday afternoon.
Opponents of same-sex marriage are scrambling to find effective responses, in Congress and state legislatures, to a rash of court rulings that would force some of America's most conservative states to accept gay nuptials.
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The Missouri Senate has delayed a debate on tax cuts while negotiations continue with Gov. Jay Nixon's office.
Those in opposition to a voter identification bill argued in a Missouri House committee hearing Tuesday that there’s no compelling reason for the legislation.
Unwilling to spook the markets and divided among themselves, House Republicans backed away from a battle over the government’s debt limit Tuesday and permitted President Barack Obama’s Democratic allies to drive quick passage of a measure extending Treasury’s borrowing authority without any concessions from the White House.
Supporters of a higher wages are urging Missouri lawmakers to let voters decide whether to increase the state's minimum wage to $10 an hour.
Missouri lawmakers renewed efforts to keep pace with an evolving market of synthetic drugs, giving first-round approval Tuesday to legislation taking aim at several additional chemicals used for the substances.
Missouri House members have endorsed the creation of a government database to track people's prescription drug purchases.
Buried within a 1,100-page bill that would overhaul Missouri's criminal laws is a substantive change in how the state would handle drug offenders. It would reduce the penalties for possessing less than 35 grams of marijuana for first-time offenders.
For a president looking for a legacy piece of legislation, the current state of the immigration debate represents a high-wire act.