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Legislative Update, August 2014

Aug 16, 2014 kevin

VOTERS REJECT TWO BALLOT MEASURES, APPROVE THREE Missouri voters on Aug. 5 overwhelmingly rejected one proposed constitutional amendment to impose a sales tax increase for transportation and also defeated another to earmark a small portion of state lottery proceeds for veterans’ services. Voters ratified three other constitutional amendments separately relating to farming rights, gun rights and ... Continue Reading

Legislative Update, June 2014

Jun 6, 2014 kevin

NIXON TO VETO PRIVATE TUITION VOUCHER BILL Gov. Jay Nixon on May 23 announced he will veto legislation that supporters touted as a fix for Missouri’s controversial student transfer law but critics said instead would allow public funding of private schools while doing little to mitigate the problems the bill was intended to address. Although the ... Continue Reading

End of Session Recap, May 2014

Jun 4, 2014 kevin

2014 LEGISLATIVE SESSION RECAP NOTABLE LEGISLATION  THAT PASSED CRIMINAL CODE REVISION (SB 491): Revises and modernizes the state criminal code for the first time since 1979 by removing obsolete or contradictory laws and restricting other provisions, including the reclassification of felonies and misdemeanors. FULTON STATE HOSPITAL (HB 2005): Appropriates the first $14.2 million payment on a $220 million ... Continue Reading

Legislative Update, April 2014

Jun 1, 2014 kevin

LAWMAKERS APPROVE $26.38 BILLION BUDGET FOR FY 2015 The General Assembly on May 8 gave final approval to a $26.38 billion state budget for the 2015 fiscal year, which begins July 1. The 13 appropriations bills that make up the operating budget now go to Gov. Jay Nixon for consideration. For the second straight year, the Republican-controlled ... Continue Reading