Another major Missouri Republican has joined the ranks of those confirming an interest in the job that Gov. Matt Blunt announced Tuesday he would not seek to retain. House Speaker Rod Jetton said Thursday he is considering an entrance into the gubernatorial race.
Gov. Blunt’s decision not to seek re-election has left Missouri religious groups looking for a candidate to bear the social conservative standard. Most say the agenda won’t change, no matter who the candidate is.
Kinder’s decision makes him the first to enter in the wake of Blunt’s announcement.
An initiative petition calling for a constitutional amendment that would kill many affirmative action programs is spawning opposition from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
The petition, which is being circulated by the Missouri Civil Rights Initiative, proposes to end discrimination in all state-run institutions based on “race, sex, color, ethnicity, or national origin” unless such programs are necessary to secure federal money.
Democratic gubenatorial candidate Jay Nixon focused on Democratic unity. Nixon’s statement comes in the wake of Blunt’s announcement that he will not seek re-election.
City employees and residents like what they see in the newly renovated first floor of the Daniel Boone City Building.
Gov. Matt Blunt’s decision not to run in this year’s gubernatorial race is similar to past state politicians.
Several noteworthy names are on the meter for Missouri's top government spot.
Democratic Attorney General Jay Nixon has been campaigning for years against Republican Gov. Matt Blunt. To win, Nixon now must campaign just like Blunt — as someone calling for change from the failed policies of a governor no longer on the ballot.
The governor declined to endorse any of the numerous Republican candidates who have announced plans to enter the race.
The state of Missouri must provide transportation to abortion clinics for inmates who want to undergo the procedure, a federal appeals panel ruled Tuesday.
Gov. Matt Blunt announced Tuesday afternoon that he will not run for re-election this year.
The committees report suggests that the Missouri Sheriffs' Association decide which departments would receive the extra cash.
While midwifery remains illegal in Missouri and 12 other states, an underground network of midwives without nursing degrees continue to deliver children here, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
In 2006, there were more lawsuits than proposals actually making the ballot. In advance of the November elections, about one lawsuit has been filed so far for every two initiative petitions approved for circulation.
Lawyers for five death row inmates are pressing Missouri to identify members of its execution team after the St. Louis Post-Dispatch revealed that a nurse on the team was a convicted stalker.
The plan would increase the town’s education funding by $1.2 billion.
Car crashes killed their teenage sons and daughter. Now, the surviving parents have come together to push
for new laws designed to keep young drivers safe on the road.
Attorney General Jay Nixon responds to Gov. Matt Blunt's address and outlines other proposals.
Missouri education topped the list of Gov. Matt Blunt’s priorities in his State of the State Address in front of the General Assembly on Tuesday night. If the General Assembly approves his proposed budget this year, Blunt said he will have provided an additional $1.2 billion for education over a four-year period.