Missouri unemployment reform act sent to governor
JEFFERSON CITY - Acting up on the job could land Missourians without unemployment benefits, under a measure sent to Gov. Jay Nixon’s desk, Tuesday April 29.
State Treasurer Clint Zweifel announces $5,290 giveaway to celebrate 529 College Savings Day
Missouri State Treasurer Clint Zweifel announced today MOST—Missouri’s 529 College Savings Plan will be awarding one lucky family $5,290 in a MOST 529 account.
Spring has arrived, and along with it, varying temperatures and weather patterns resulting in thunderstorms, flash flooding, and tornadoes. The Missouri State Highway Patrol offers these severe weather safety tips:
Wealthy would collect windfalls under Senate Bill 509, while average middle-class family would get only $32
• Springfield R-XII school board comes out against unaffordable tax bill that would give majority of benefits to top 7 percent of taxpayers
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon today raised questions about the legislature’s priorities in passing an unaffordable tax bill that would allow profitable LLCs and corporate partnerships to take advantage of generous tax breaks, while giving the average working family a tax cut of only $32 a year. Citing Senate Bill 509’s harmful impact on public education, the Springfield R-XII Board of Education last week passed a resolution calling on the legislature to support Gov. Nixon’s expected veto of the bill.
Gov. Nixon announces Missouri Health Works proposal to reduce health costs for small businesses
• Plan will help small businesses provide health insurance for their employees, avoid penalties under the ACA
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon today visited the Cape Girardeau Chamber of Commerce to announce his Missouri Health Works plan to help small businesses provide health insurance for their employees and ease burdens under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Gov. Nixon initiates round two of income tax cut debate
JEFFERSON CITY - Gov. Jay Nixon's office issued a statement Tuesday morning that the legislature's tax-cut bill has a mistake in language that effectively would cut the state's total revenue collections by more than half.