St Louis Dispatch State Politics
Trump cites a tougher American face to the world, while the #metoo movement propels women in Democratic congressional primaries
Greitens has so far declined to testify before the committee, which has been investigating him since March.
He told a special House committee investigating whether to impeach the governor that there is still a possibility that the photograph could have been taken and then wiped clean.
The bill would not impact projects worth less than $75,000.
The figure was tallied as part of a statewide audit of rape kits by Attorney General Josh Hawley.
During a private meeting Thursday.
Lawyer says questions posed to the woman were designed to find out if her involvement with the governor was consensual and to determine whether there were pornographic pictures of her.
Rep. Jay Barnes said he "contacted federal law enforcement" after a former Greitens staffer testified the candidate may have solicited campaign donations from foreigners.
Gov. Eric Greitens met Thursday morning with a Missouri lawmaker and fellow Republican.
Missouri Times publisher Scott Faughn told a House committee that it was his $120,000 that he gave to attorney Al Watkins.
A House panel is looking into A New Missouri, a 501c4 social welfare nonprofit that doesn't have to disclose the identities of its donors.
Consumer advocates say it's a good first step in protecting patients.
A committee announced it would not allow Greitens' attorneys to cross-examine witnesses as the panel intensifies its probe.
It was a friendly interaction, and there was no need for a ticket," Greitens' spokesman said. "The Governor is a regular person.
The embattled Missouri governor is spending an estimated $185,000 on television ads statewide. This marks the second time in three months he's tapped his campaign fund to defend himself through an ad.
Missouri Auditor Nicole Galloway said citizen concerns have prompted her to hone in the city's economic development incentives.
I think they've already had ample time to basically cross-examine everybody," said Rep. Don Phillips, R-Kimberling City.
The Rauners led the fundraising campaign to restore the 1855 home, which is one of the nation's oldest continuously occupied governor's residences.
The proposed limit matches one approved by Missouri voters in a statewide initiative last year, and one OKed by the St. Louis County Council.
The Treasurer takes his duty to protect taxpayers seriously," an office spokesman said.