Politics

New Missouri Veteran’s Home Could Be On Ballot
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A plan to use up to $50 million in bonds to fund a new home for veterans in Missouri may head to Missouri voters to decide. The Missouri House on Wednesday gave initial approval to a measure that would send voters a constitutional amendment to approve new bonds to pa…
Military Voters Given Extension To Register To Vote
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Military voters returning from service would have a longer window to register to vote in Missouri elections under a measure headed to the governor's desk. The Missouri Senate gave final approval Wednesday to a bill that would allow military and overseas voters to participa…
UCM Update
Tonight, KMOS-TV features programs related to the 40th Anniversary of the Vietnam War, the war that defined generations.
At 8:00, "The Draft" - Race, class, culture - the draft in the 1960s and 1970s was a lightning rod that lit up every schism in American society...
Governor Jay Nixon Approves Additional Spending
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Governor Jay Nixon has approved spending more than $250 million more this fiscal year. Nixon signed legislation yesterday that includes $120 million in additional general revenue spending. The governor had requested the extra money, in part because lawmakers last yea…
Nicole Galloway Sworn In As Missouri Auditor
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Former county treasurer Nicole Galloway has been sworn in as Missouri's new auditor. Galloway vowed to protect personal data during a ceremony that made her appointment by fellow Democrat Gov. Jay Nixon official...

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