A Missouri House of Representatives bill would prohibit colleges and universities from enforcing policies that deny benefits to student organizations that require members to adhere to certain beliefs.
There are multiple problems with vouchers, the least of which is the very real possibility that the money will go to support religious education, something specifically prohibited by the First Amendment.
Something must be done about the lack of mental health professionals to handle an increasing number of successful and attempted suicides in the state.
HB 820 would cap the interest rate on payday loans at 36 percent annually.
HB-865, a proposed bill that would prevent towns from raising the minimum wage, could inhibit the middle class as well as those in lower economic classes.
The City Council seems to be choosing big business over the citizens of Columbia with increased frequency. Whether it is about IBM or Opus, the council has been ignoring the needs of the 130,000 residents of the city.
Today, student loans are nearly impossible to discharge in a bankruptcy proceeding, but many students have such high loan amounts they believe they will have problems paying off those loans.
Placing limitations on the organization of labor unions will hurt the conduct of business and limit the number of qualified workers in Missouri.
Please call your state representative and senator and tell them to vote in favor of HB 153 before the state loses more money, jobs and lives.
It is the unrestricted and unlimited money that ethics laws need to address in Missouri.
HB 131 would require "the written consent of the father of the child before an abortion can be performed, with certain exceptions."
If Christmas is about "tradition," then we have lost the spirit of the winter holiday season. Retail has really taken over, starting the "season" on Thanksgiving Day, and it is a shame.
There are people who should not legally own weapons, and they would include convicted felons, regardless of the nature of the crime.
Two proposed measures for the 2016 ballot would help change Missouri's dead last ranking in political ethics.
On this Thanksgiving week, some of those who have come to this country undocumented, in many cases unwillingly as children, are being given a chance to live the American dream without the immediate threat of deportation.
The covering of the ichthus on a war memorial for Operation Desert Storm was the right thing to do.
The problem with the state judge's ruling is that it has been interpreted as applying only to St. Louis.
The fight against Ebola has become a political one with no winners.
Amendment 6 is the exception to columnist David Rosman's rule of not altering the state Constitution. It might not be a perfect bill, but a longer voting time is worth passing in Missouri.