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CHANGE SCHOOL FUNDING FORMULA
Missouri bill would change school funding formula, eliminate new teacher tenure.
EFFORTS TO FIX MISSOURI SCHOOL AID FORMULA
Public school leaders across the state have implored the Missouri Legislature to fix a knotty student transfer law and an underfunded school aid formula.
SENATE BILL AUTHORIZING TOLL ON I-70
Plans to turn Interstate 70 into a toll road have hit a dead end.
BUILDING HORSE SLAUGHTER PLANT IN MISSOURI
Opposition from some residents will not stop a Wyoming company from building a plant in southwest Missouri.
MISSOURI HOUSE PASSES PRESCRIPTION DATABASE BILL
The Missouri House passed legislation that could allow the government to track everyone's prescription drug purchases through an electronic database.
HOUSE SPEAKER RULES OUT HIGHER MISSOURI CASINO FEE
Missouri House Speaker is siding with the gambling industry in firm opposition to Gov. Jay Nixon's proposal to increase casino entrance fees.
MISSOURIS REQUEST TO RENEW NUCLEAR PLANT LICENSE
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is holding public meetings in Fulton on Ameren Missouri's request to renew its license of the state's only nuclear power plant for 20 years.
RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS FUNDING PROPOSAL DRAWS MIXED REACTION
A change in the Missouri Constitution is being proposed that would enable religious groups to receive public funds for the schools they operate.
MISSOURI BILL COULD PROHIBIT VASECTONIES
Democratic State Representative Stacey Newman has introduced a bill into the Missouri legislature which would prevent vasectomies from being performed on a man unless it is to save his life.
TWO NEW MISSOURI SENATE BILLS ATTEMPT TO TACKLE PAYDAY LOANS
Payday loans: Get up to $500 with little more than a few signatures and a checking account.
NEW MISSOURI BILL WOULD ALLOW ADVERTISEMENTS ON SCHOOL BUSES
A new bill proposed by House Republican Mike Kelley, of Lamar, will offer advertising space within and outside school buses.
LEGISLATURES SKEPTICAL ABOUT SCHOOLS BILL
Two local state lawmakers on Friday again expressed their concerns about whether the General Assembly this spring will pass legislation to help suburban school districts deal with the fallout of the Kansas City School Districtís loss of state accreditation.

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