Monthly Archives February 2010

Missourinet Headlines

By Steve Mays on in News

Candidates crowd hallway in Secretary of State’s office on first day of filing for August 3rd primary After a temporary delay due to a computer glitch, the candidate filing process got underway this morning at the Secretary of State’s office. … Continue reading

First-look at candidate filings

By Steve Mays on in News

Springfield News-Leader news hound Chat Livengood has a first-look at those filing for state office this morning: “There’s no advantage for showing up early to file. Candidates who file today are entered into a lottery for their spot on the … Continue reading

“Yacht sales sale through untaxed”

By Steve Mays on in News

From a weekend story in the Kansas City Star by Mike McGraw Cash-strapped legislators have recommended spending cuts for Missouri schools and shelters for battered women, but so far the yachting class can enjoy another season of clear sailing. Thanks … Continue reading

House passes autism measure, sends it to Senate

By Steve Mays on in Uncategorized

Health insurers regulated by the state would have to cover treatment for autism under a bill that has passed the House and moved to the Senate. Rep. Dwight Scharnhorst (R-Manchester) said during his opening remarks on the House floor that … Continue reading

Senate stalls on ethics bill; Factory jobs incentive passes House, moves to Senate

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Senate stalls on ethics bill The state senate’s debate on new ethical standards for lawmakers and candidates has stalled on a proposal to ban legislators from becoming lobbyists after they leave office. Factory jobs incentive passes House, moves to … Continue reading

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