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  • What we’re watching next week in Missouri Legislature: budget, oversight hearings and MLB antitrust exemption pushback
    The proposed state operating budget will be heading to the Missouri Senate Appropriations Committee in Jefferson City next week for daily hearings and for consideration. The state Constitution requires lawmakers to approve a balanced budget by early May. The Missouri House approved a $34.1 billion state operating budget this month, a budget which does not […]  Sat, 17 Apr 2021 22:29:45 +0000

  • Missouri lawmaker and veteran referee says sports officials are being harassed and threatened by parents and fans (AUDIO)
    Bipartisan legislation aimed at protecting sports referees, officials and umpires will be heard Monday afternoon by a Missouri House committee in Jefferson City. The House General Laws Committee will hear testimony Monday at 5 p.m. from State Rep. Jerome Barnes (D-Raytown), who’s been a high school football and basketball referee for 27 years. Mr. Barnes […]  Sat, 17 Apr 2021 17:44:13 +0000

  • Cards offense falters, Royals rained out
    The St. Louis Cardinals dropped the opener of a three game series in Philadelphia 9-2 on Friday night. The lone Cardinals runs came in the 8th inning, after St. Louis had been shut out in the series finale with Washington on Wednesday. Justin Williams accounted for the lone tallies with a two run homer. Carlos […]  Sat, 17 Apr 2021 11:11:02 +0000

  • Missouri House gives green light to bill letting drivers turn left on red
    The Missouri House of Representatives has passed a bill that would let drivers turn left after stopping at a red light on a one-way street. State Representative Chuck Basye’s bill would allow left turns during a red light when the vehicle is in the left-most lane on a one-way street turning onto another one-way street. […]  Sat, 17 Apr 2021 10:00:10 +0000

  • Missourinet Morning Newscast 4-16-2021
    A US bill addressing the wage gap between men and women has passed and twenty-five people are up for an opening on the Missouri Supreme Court. Missourinet’s Morning News with Bill Wise  Fri, 16 Apr 2021 11:00:19 +0000