Only one bill remains on the governor's desk — a broad measure dealing with the judiciary and reducing the disparity in prison sentences between people convicted of crack and powder cocaine crimes.
Gov. Nixon signed measures Friday that require periodic reviews of state regulations and that repeal old programs. Another bill passed, without Nixon's signature, that modifies the sentencing for the producing, distributing and possessing of cocaine.
The Voter Participation Center acknowledges that the databases it uses to contact voters are imperfect. However, some view the mailings as a way to fish for votes.
Stormy solar weather is predicted for the next few days, but experts say it shouldn't cause any problems.
When it comes to summarizing ballot initiatives, should a nonpartisan or bipartisan entity be in charge?
The measure eliminates the option of holding June elections and says February elections can only be used for bond issues.
The state lost out on nearly $1.3 million because of how the Office of Administration has billed for a new telephone system.