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Topic - Missouri State Senate
Federal agents would be sent to jail for enforcing some federal gun control laws under legislation endorsed by a Missouri House panel.
A Missouri Senate panel has endorsed legislation that would change how the state sentences juveniles convicted of first-degree murder.
A proposed truce in the Kansas City business battle between Missouri and Kansas has gained another endorsement in Missouri.
Winter weather has led the Missouri Legislature to cancel most of its activities.
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Missouri senators passed legislation Thursday proposing a truce with Kansas in the intense tax-break battle for businesses in the Kansas City area.
The Missouri Senate passed legislation Thursday that would change requirements for students in unaccredited schools to transfer to better performing schools.
Nonprofit organizations could prepare food in private homes to serve at public charitable events under legislation endorsed by the Missouri Senate.
Southeast Missourian, Feb. 19
The Missouri Senate has passed legislation that could lower the cost of receiving oral chemotherapy treatments.
An effort to nullify federal gun control laws and jail any federal agents trying to enforce them cleared the Missouri Senate Thursday, but a court challenge and another potential veto by Gov. Jay Nixon could ultimately block the legislation even if the House approves it again.
A Missouri Senate panel is considering legislation that would make legislators wait two years after leaving office to become lobbyists.
The Missouri Senate has endorsed legislation that would prohibit borrowers from getting a renewal on payday loans.
The Missouri Senate has given first-round approval to legislation that could lower treatment costs for some cancer patients.
Bowing to pressure from the National Rifle Association, the Missouri Senate on Monday stripped a provision from a broad gun rights bill that would have required gun owners to report stolen firearms.