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Without Missouri Senate action, minimum wage is going to $10 per hour right away - $11 per hour in January

Associated Industries of Missouri (AIM) joined several other business groups in filing suit against an ordinance passed by the City of St. Louis that would have increased the minimum wage that must be paid by employers located in St. 403 more words

Missouri House Strikes Down Proposed Gas Tax Hike

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Missouri lawmakers and transportation officials have long complained about inadequate funding for repairing roads and bridges across the state, but the House on Wednesday struck down a proposal that supporters said could’ve helped mitigate the problem. 345 more words

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Mo. House Approves Measure to Relax Alcohol Advertising

JEFFERSON CITY, MO. (KMOX) – A measure to relax regulations on alcohol advertising was initially approved in the Missouri House.

St. Peters representative Robert Cornejo said the measure would only stop unnecessary regulations. 107 more words

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Campaign Finance: $5,200.00 at a time

Today at the Missouri Ethics Commission for Shamed Dogan’s (r) 2018 reelection campaign in the 98th Legislative District:

C131143 04/11/2017 CITIZENS FOR DOGAN David Steward P.O.

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Missouri House Votes to Extend Donations to Organ Donor Fund

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – The Missouri House overwhelmingly voiced its support Tuesday for a proposal to extend a tax checkoff program for organ donations after an emotional speech from a representative with a personal connection to the fund. 250 more words

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Rep. Dan Shaul (r): all school board politics is local, campaign contributions, however, may be a bit different

“…Each school district that has one or more of its resident pupils attending such a charter school as nonresident pupils will pay to the charter school, for each pupil, 90% of its average per pupil expenditure…” 1,926 more words

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Missouri Advances Bill Pushing Medical Help for Overdoses

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – The Missouri House has given initial approval to a bill that would give people immunity from small drug possession charges while seeking medical assistance for overdoses. 139 more words

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