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Latest Kurt Schaefer Items
Missouri's public colleges and universities could be assured a 5 percent funding increase under a budget plan embraced Tuesday by a Senate panel that sets different education priorities than one passed by the House.
A state senator proposed Wednesday to give Missouri prison officials more choices in deciding how they want to execute inmates, as the state is facing increasing scrutiny for its current lethal injection methods.
Missouri Senators endorsed legislation Tuesday that would institute performance-based funding for the state's four-year universities, but only in years the state can afford a funding increase for higher education.
Missouri lawmakers could have to cut about $370 million from Gov. Jay Nixon's budget proposal if they don't want to go along with his optimistic revenue assumptions.
Have a conceal-carry license in Missouri? Chances are, the feds now know who you are. At least 185,000 people were affected after the full list of conceal-carry owners was turned over the federal authorities — twice.