Lawmakers voted to bar use of eminent domain for projects like Grain Belt, but the Senate hasn't weighed in.
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The bill protects businesses, health care facilities and churches against lawsuits unless willful misconduct can be proven.
The proposal would reinstitute a tax credit for filmmakers that ended in 2013.
The bill was heavily influenced by some parent sentiments toward Columbia Public Schools.
The committee on education also heard two bills regarding school district subdivision.
The move comes a year after the state supreme court struck down a key element of the previous voter ID law.
The bill blocks efforts to recoup federal money, which represents as much as 80% of the total paid.
Parson saidvaccine allocations are decided based on many different factors, such as population and geography.
Missouri is only one of two states that doesn't regulate religious youth homes. Now, lawmakers want to change that.