Articles Tagged 'Missouri'
‘It’s going to cost me a fortune’: Trump pitches ‘tax cuts and reform’ in Missouri
President Trump highlighted congressional Republicans’ progress toward passing a tax reform bill and touted the success of the economy on his watch during a wide-ranging…READ MORE
State lawmaker among protesters arrested on Black Friday
Missouri state Rep. Bruce Franks Jr. (D) was among several protesters arrested at a suburban St. Louis mall on Black Friday.
The protests, which were…READ MORE
Colleges struggle over defending or curbing free speech
Both the University of Missouri and Evergreen State College have been rocked by left-wing demonstrations, some of which administrators in both schools allowed. Now both…READ MORE
Missouri governor calls for state senator’s resignation over Trump assassination post
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens is calling on the state senate to vote out a Democratic lawmaker after she said she hopes President Trump is assassinated…READ MORE
Alt-Left Screams Impeachment for Trumps comments on Charlottesville
A Missouri state senator is facing criticism from Republicans and Democrats alike for a post on her personal Facebook page, which has since been deleted,…READ MORE
‘Right-to-work’ movement claims victory in Missouri, eyes NH next
Republican Gov. Eric Greitens signed legislation on Monday making Missouri the latest “right-to-work” state, as the growing movement sets its sights next on New Hampshire…READ MORE
Missouri education officials approve new English, math goals
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Missouri became the latest state to adopt a new set of education benchmarks to replace the national Common Core standards,…READ MORE
Judge sides with St. Louis County cities that claimed municipal court reform law is unfair
A judge in Cole County Circuit Court on Monday struck down provisions of a law that limited what municipalities in St. Louis County could raise…READ MORE
Missouri GOP releases tentative delegate allocation
The Missouri GOP released a tentative delegate allocation on Wednesday after the state’s Tuesday Republican primary.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump received 37 delegates, followed…READ MORE
Voter ID measures advance in Kansas, Missouri
By BRAD COOPER, The Kansas City Star
TOPEKA | Proposals requiring Kansas and Missouri residents to show picture IDs when they vote gained steam in both statesâ€™ legislatures Thursday.
One plan cruised through the Kansas House on a 78-36 vote, setting it up for final approval today.
The measure also would require every person to show proof of citizenship…READ MORE