By Johnny Kampis | Missouri Watchdog
ST. LOUIS – Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones said Monday that he will form a committee to investigate the possible violation of privacy rights by the Missouri Department of Revenue.
The Bipartisan Investigative Committee on Privacy Protection will include two sheriffs, two county prosecutors, a retired FBI agent and a former [...]
As Gov. Jay Nixon pushes the Missouri General Assembly to implement limits on campaign contributions, he and other statewide office holders continue to accept fat donations from favored donors.Read More →
ST. LOUIS — More than 60 U.S. senators, including the two from Missouri, are urging the White House to help alleviate a growing backlog of veterans’ disability claims that see most wait months, and in some cases years, for processing.Read More →
Groups such as the Kansas-based Westboro Baptist Church won’t be allowed picket within 300 feet of funerals. The Eighth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a Missouri law banning protests closer than that, though the court struck down a broader law to keep protesters even further away.Read More →
As a Senate committee prepares for another round of weekend public hearings on the revenue department’s new document-scanning practices, the upper body of the Missouri Legislature has gotten some blowback over its budget cuts.Read More →