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Senate ready to move on tax overhaul after late night filibuster
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The Missouri Senate is poised to vote on a measure that some lawmakers think will bring more jobs to the state, but others think could bust the state's budget.
Top House Republican forms committee to probe Revenue Department scandal
At least four law enforcement officials will be part of a committee to investigate the controversy in which the Department of Revenue released conceal carry information of more than 160,000 Missourians to a third party.
House computer used in attempt to access concealed carry permit information
Gov. Jay Nixon's administration charged Friday, May 3, that a computer connected to the Missouri House tried to access records of people in Missouri who have permits to carry concealed weapons.
Registration deadline near for special election
Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander today reminded eligible Missouri voters to register to vote by Wednesday, May 8, in order to participate in the June 4 special election in the 8th Congressional District. The special election is in response to Congresswoman Emerson’s resignation. There are four certified candidates vying for the office of US Representative of District 8: Steve Hodges (Democratic), Jason Smith (Republican), Bill Slantz (Libertarian), and Doug Enyart (Constitution).