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NEMO RPC to Host General Membership Meeting

The Northeast Missouri Regional Planning Commission and Rural Development Corporation (NEMO RPC/RDC) will hold their Fall General Membership Open Meeting on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at the VFW Post #4958, 123 W. Monroe, Memphis, Missouri. The doors open at 5:30 p.m., a meal will start at 6:00 p.m., and the General Membership open meeting will […]

Adding Protections to Missouri’s Budget

by Missouri Senator Brian Munzlinger For the past few years, we have seen the executive branch withhold portions of Missouri’s operating budget, even before the budget for that fiscal year actually starts. This irresponsible move could come to an end, if Missouri voters support Amendment 10 this November. Amendment 10 was placed on the ballot […]

Gay Rights Advocates Score Major Victories in Missouri

by Missouri Digital News Staff Proponents of gay marriage rights won two major victories in the aftermath of a Kansas City court decision affirming gay marriages from other states. One victory came from the decision of the attorney general to not fight that court decision. The other victory came from the decision of the health […]

Missouri Revenue Growth Less Than Expected

by Brendan Cullerton  State Capitol Bureau JEFFERSON CITY – Missouri will have to make additional cuts on state spending if slower-than-expected revenue growth continues, according to State Budget Director Linda Luebbering. The state released the August general revenue report for the 2015 fiscal year Thursday, which showed a 3.8 percent revenue growth rate from 2014. Democratic Gov. […]

Fire Prevention Week 2014 Stresses Lifesaving Value of Smoke Alarms

Fire Prevention Week 2014 Stresses Lifesaving Value of Smoke Alarms

JEFFERSON CITY – Installing and maintaining smoke alarms in your home can make the difference between life and death and is why all Missourians are encouraged to use Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 5-11, to make sure their families are protected with smoke alarms. “People need to understand how crucial smoke detectors are in fire safety […]

Annual Veto Session Now a Part of History

Munzlinger Minuted – By State Senator Brian Munzlinger Missouri 18th District Missouri lawmakers only needed one day to go through all of the legislation they wished to before voting to override the governor on his vetoes from earlier this year. Most of the news to come from this year’s annual veto session is good. To […]

Kander Celebrates National Library Card Sign-Up Month

Kander Celebrates National Library Card Sign-Up Month

Secretary of State Jason Kander is encouraging Missouri families to celebrate National Library Card Sign-Up Month by getting a library card for the start of the new school year. “With school beginning, now is a perfect time for families to visit their local library together to sign up for a library card,” Kander said. “No […]

Missouri Chief Justice Honors Judge Karl A.W. DeMarce  During Annual Awards Ceremony

Missouri Chief Justice Honors Judge Karl A.W. DeMarce  During Annual Awards Ceremony

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Judge Karl A.W. DeMarce, an associate circuit judge in Scotland County (in the 1st Judicial Circuit), was one of seven judges honored by Supreme Court of Missouri Chief Justice Mary R. Russell at an annual ceremony honoring exemplary service to the people of Missouri. The ceremony was held Thursday morning, September […]

Override Failure Hits Missouri Dairy Hard

Override Failure Hits Missouri Dairy Hard

  Chesterfield, MO — Missouri’s dairy farmers are very disappointed today in how close the Missouri General Assembly came to an override of Governor Jay Nixon’s veto of HB 1326 and SB 506 which contained the “Missouri Dairy Revitalization Act of 2014.” “Despite the Missouri Senate passing the override by a 24-7 vote, the override […]

Missouri Legislature’s Veto Session Hands Governor Historic Defeat

Missouri Legislature’s Veto Session Hands Governor Historic Defeat

By Missouri Digital News Staff State lawmakers handed the governor the largest number of veto overrides in any year of Missouri’s history. In total, 47 budget cuts were overridden along with overrides of 10 non-budget bill vetoes during a one-day veto session Wednesday, Sept. 10. The income-tax bill veto had been overridden during the regular […]

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