A special session will begin Wednesday at noon to address funding for MO HealthNet.
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Parson discussed the consequences to Missourians if the Federal Reimbursement Allowances (FRA) and related programs were not extended.
Columbia will receive $53,802,060.70 and Joplin will receive $1,153,628.73 after the two cities filed a joint lawsuit.
The city's financial picture has it poised for a year of growth, the city manager said in his State of the City address.
A petition is hoping to bring the state gas tax increase on the 2022 ballot.
An advocacy group is seeking to take this tax increase, which was passed last week, to public vote.
The Senate is racing toward the end of the session but comes to a standstill.
The city collected $1.5 million less in revenue in 2020 from 2019.
A committee in the Missouri House of Representatives has unanimously approved Senate Bill 262, legislation that would provide more than $500 million annually in additional funding for MODOT to put toward roads and bridges.