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Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens leads supporters through the halls of the state Capitol during a rally Tuesday, May 23, 2017, in Jefferson City, Mo.
As an initial step, the US government this week granted preliminary approval to the city of St Louis to investigate privatising the management of the Missouri airport.

This year, 97 out of Missouri's 114 counties and the City of St. Louis have only one insurer offering plans on the exchanges.
On Tuesday, Gov. Eric Greitens led Missourians who'd attended his afternoon rally to lobby opponents of a bill he says will create jobs.
Then he unleashed the following bit of dangerous nonsense on KMOX: "The people who believe in voter intimidation believe that the minute you make a political donation that you immediately need to turn all your information over to the government. ... A ...
Sanctuary city jurisdictions are local governments that seek to trample upon and undermine the federal government's constitutional role in enforcing immigration law by offering cover to illegal aliens.

... street named for a Confederate and 6) prohibit "the future installation or placement of Confederate Statues, Confederate Memorials, Confederate Monuments, and Confederate Flags located in any of the parks owned or operated by the City of St. Louis ...
He said those consolidation efforts occurred because local leaders decided it was a good idea - not because the state or county government forced their hand. "If these cities don't want to merge, that's their right. Why force someone to ... Airport ...
During special sessions, they are only allowed to discuss the topics that are called for by Gov. Eric Greteins. The first-term Republican governor held weekend rallies in southeast Missouri in support of the legislation and plans another rally Tuesday ...
Do you want to know how much your elected officials are making? Or how teacher pay in your school district stacks up with others? Our public pay site has been updated for 2017 and allows you to answer those questions.
But it's a practice that drew ire from Republican Gov. Eric Greitens in his first year holding political office. He's criticized their filibuster tactics, which this year have included breaking out in song and reading aloud from books.
The legislation has a controversial "pay-for" in that it would cover the lost revenue to the treasury by stopping the government from printing paper publications that are now available online. Thee would be exceptions for seniors, Medicare recipients ...
As part of ongoing efforts to improve safety on MetroLink in the wake of recent crimes, elected leaders from St. Clair County, the city of St. Louis and St. Louis County have formally signed a memorandum of understanding outlining a security plan for ...
The city of St. Louis, for example, will lose a higher minimum wage about three and a half months after it went into effect.
As an outstanding high school student, she enjoyed leadership roles in student government, honor society, basketball team, band, glee club, debate, school newspaper, and annual.
Labor groups in Missouri are poised to put a statewide minimum wage measure on the ballot in 2018, but the Illinois legislature has been sparring with Gov. Bruce Rauner over a minimum wage increase, and one Illinois bill would call for a $15 statewide ...
"Speeding is an epidemic in the city of St. Louis and we have to do something about it," said Boyd. The Alderman says long, straight roadways like Natural Bridge, Goodfellow and Hall Street are hot spots for speeding and crashes.

"We've actually started talking already with folks within the Department of Economic Development and across government to make sure that we have all of the funding we need to make sure that the Partnership, which is very important, is able to continue ...
LOUIS - A major defense contract from the Air Force could have major benefits for the city of St. Louis. This week, Boeing announced that if ... "The Boeing T-X trainer will keep Americans safe and create more jobs for Missourians," Gov. Eric Greitens ...
Members of the United Food and Commercial workers Local 655 are urging Gov. Eric Greitens to veto the recently passed legislation that blocks local minimum wages, including that of the city of St. Louis. According to the union, about 500 UFCW workers ...
This April, the Federal Aviation Administration accepted an initial application from the City of St. Louis to enter the airport into a privatization pilot program.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens addresses the media during a press conference from his capitol office on Friday, May 12, 2017, after the last session of the state legislature in Jefferson City, Missouri.
The federal government is providing $795,000. Stenger said it doesn't matter who owns the bridge or that Roberts lives on the other side of it.
FILE - In this April 28, 2017 file photo, Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks in Central Islip, N.Y. Sessions has directed the nation's Federal Prosecutors to pursue the most serious charges possible against the vast majority of suspects, a reversal ...
"At the same time, Kathy is an invaluable resource, not only for the employees and managers of Bi-State Development, but also with our outside stakeholders and funding partners, like St. Louis County, St. Clair County, the city of St. Louis and the ...
In its final day of session, the Missouri Senate on Friday passed legislation blocking local minimum wages, including that of the city of St. Louis. Senators used a rare procedural motion to cut off a filibuster from Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal, D ...
Protesters rallied on the day a law in the city of St. Louis was enacted to increase the minimum wage to at least $10 per hour.
A spokesman for Gov. Eric Greitens did not return numerous calls and emails for comment. The loss of funding is a concern for Chambers of Commerce around the state, according to Jim Alexander, who is the senior vice president of economic development at ...
A spokesman for Gov. Eric Greitens did not return numerous calls and emails for comment. The loss of funding is a concern for Chambers of Commerce around the state, according to Jim Alexander, who is the senior vice president of economic development at ...
The president of the city's Young Democrats and a principal at a venture capital firm, Hoffman said in her email that though she is no longer in the race, she will continue to "advocate for St. Louisans who are underserved by their government due to ...
Because of the lengthy list of priorities and the short length of time left to pass them, Hegeman said that he wouldn't be surprised if Gov. Eric Greitens called lawmakers back for a special session, which is a constitutional right afforded to him to ...
LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- $1.5 million of your tax money down the drain; that's what some people said happened after the City of St. Louis paid for a computer system that was never received. investigative reporter Lauren Trager discovered this waste of money ...
In addition to concerns coming from the House, it remains unclear how Gov. Eric Greitens feels about the 11th-hour deal-making that helped deliver a budget plan to his desk by Friday's deadline.
Republicans in their first year of newly unified government say they're still optimistic about finishing Gov. Eric Greitens' first session as chief executive on a high note.
workers with SAK Construction, LLC finish up a day of restoring a section of storm sewer about 25 feet below ground for Metropolitan Sewer District on Wednesday, May 30, 2012, along Chouteau Ave.
Jefferson City, MO - infoZine - The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has waived specific solid waste and air pollution regulations following significant flooding.
The jury's verdict is contrary to the consensus of government and professional scientific organizations that have determined talc is safe, Gwen Myers, a spokeswoman for Imerys, said in an emailed statement.
Burning is not allowed within nonattainment areas, which includes the counties of St. Louis, St. Charles, Jefferson and Franklin as well as the city of St. Louis, or where local prohibitions are enforced. Residents should contact their local ...
FILE - In this Feb. 8, 2017, file photo, Missouri Republican Gov. Eric Greitens speaks during a visit to the St. Louis City Fire Academy in St. Louis.
"We work closely with the city of St. Louis in many ways, and the city leaders have strongly supported the Zoo. We will adhere to the requirements of the new minimum wage ordinance," Brennan said in a written statement.
LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - An ordinance setting the City of St. Louis' minimum wage to $10 takes effect Friday, May 5. According to a news release, the Circuit Court ... That address is minimumwage@stlouis-mo.gov. For questions about the new law you can also ...
"The City of St. Louis is mailing notices to employers and expects employers will voluntarily comply with the law," said the statement from Krewson's office.
Michael Phillips, left, director of the all-volunteer Nodaway Chorale, accepts the Senior Service Award from Missouri Lt. Gov. Mike Parson during a recent ceremony in Jefferson City. Pictured at right is Phillips' wife, Sheila, an assistant professor ...
The city of St Louis is looking at having a private company manage Lambert International Airport, with some aviation experts saying it could be a sign of things to come as President Trump has spoken favourably about privatising government functions.
money for the hangar was also in the budget last year, but it was not funded by former Gov. Jay Nixon. There had been speculation that Richard inserted the money into the budget on behalf of a major mega-donor, roofing magnate David Humphreys.
It happened to be the same week they filed a temporary restraining order (TRO) and lawsuit against the City of St. Louis for planning to warehouse approximately 100 homeless men in an uninhabitable garage operated by the city's Forestry Division.
"The governor being a Republican and maybe the legislature being Republican, maybe they'll be able to see this as an opportunity to show that they can be a party of compassion if we are not seeing it by the one party system in the city of St. Louis ...
We also need a Director of Public Safety and a police Chief, working together, who understand that solving community safety problems requires police to partner with other government agencies, private social service providers, and most importantly with ...
Republican lawmakers and Gov. Eric Greitens accomplished their goal of instituting a right-to-work law earlier this year. When it goes into effect Aug. 28, unions and employers won't be able to require workers to pay dues.
To the southwest, flash flooding prompted Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens to declare a state of emergency Saturday. At least one person died because of flooding and there were dozens of rescues and hundreds of evacuations.


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