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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Ryan Silvey
Missouri senators passed legislation Thursday proposing a truce with Kansas in the intense tax-break battle for businesses in the Kansas City area.
Missouri governors could not restrict money from public schools under legislation endorsed by the state Senate.
The Missouri Senate has passed legislation that could lower the cost of receiving oral chemotherapy treatments.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Feb. 11
A Missouri Senate committee will hear testimony next week on a proposed constitutional amendment protecting schools from budget cuts made by the governor.
Missouri lawmakers appear ready to embrace a proposed truce with Kansas in a long-running business battle that has waived hundreds of millions of dollars of tax revenues in order to shuffle jobs around the Kansas City region.
A Missouri senator is proposing to curb governors' authority to make budget cuts affecting education.
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This would "solve the problem that we have in the Kansas City area of the job poaching that takes place on both sides of the state line," said Missouri Sen. Ryan Silvey, a Republican from Kansas City.