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Historic tax credit bottleneck stalling redevelopment projects, delaying reimbursement
There are hundreds of applications awaiting review at the state office that reviews them, stymieing developers.
Jan 19 6:00PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Missouri lawmakers propose affirmative action for medical marijuana licensing
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Now that Missouri is entering the medical marijuana industry, two Democratic lawmakers from Kansas City want to give businesses owned by women and minorities a slight edge in entering the market.
Jan 19 5:22PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Allison Bamberger leaves county job to work for U. City
Former KMOX reporter was County Executive Steve Stenger spokesperson
Jan 18 10:30PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Scenes from the March for Life in Washington
Thousands of people braved the cold to attend Friday's March for Life on the National Mall in Washington D.C. The first march took place on the west steps of the Capitol in January 1974, the year after the Supreme Court
Jan 18 10:27PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Luetkemeyer tells March for Life Missourians that cultural decay began with Roe vs. Wade
On 46th March for Life depicting 1973 decision legalizing abortion, the rhetoric remains sharp even amidst a new stalemate in Congress
Jan 18 8:15PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

In heated moment, Missouri lawmaker yells 'go back to Puerto Rico' to House Democrats
Missouri, California representatives resolve to get to know one another better after 'outburst' on House floor
Jan 18 6:00PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Missouri wants more time to negotiate agreement on 144-mile Rock Island Trail
The 144-mile former rail line, stretching from Beaufort in Franklin County to Windsor in western Missouri, would resemble the Katy Trail, another former rail line that cyclists and hikers use to traverse the state.
Jan 18 5:15PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

After May riots, state to close maximum-security prison
The move to close a prison could provide savings to give low-paid prison employees raises.
Jan 18 5:08PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

In heated shutdown moment, Rep. Jason Smith yells "go back to Puerto Rico" to House Democrats
Missouri, California representatives resolve to get to know one another better after 'outburst' on House floor
Jan 18 4:45PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Illinois governor signs law requiring state licensing of gun dealers
The measure requires gun stores to get state licenses, a move that supporters contend could reduce gun violence because federal regulators are stretched too thin to adequately handle all the shops operating in Illinois.
Jan 17 11:25PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Chuck Raasch quiz: Test your State of the Union smarts
The State of the Union Address is an annual tradition, and it has been a platform for many historic moments. How well do you know its history and traditions?
Jan 17 11:08PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Hillsboro police chief resigns amid theft investigation, while report finds department in disarray
Report finds mishandled evidence, poor training and other problems at department.
Jan 17 10:30PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Parson shuffles Missouri's economic development efforts, sends scores of workers to other offices
The move came the morning after Parson, a Republican, delivered his first State of the State address, during which he said he would focus on workforce development and infrastructure investments this legislative session.
Jan 17 6:45PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Missouri government makeover includes moving state oversight of public radio and TV
As part of a restructuring of state government, Gov. Mike Parson wants to move the Missouri Arts Council, the Missouri Humanities Council and public TV and radio oversight to his former office.
Jan 17 6:10PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Shutdown: A crisis devoid of urgency
As it drags toward a fourth week, sparks for a resolution have been elusive
Jan 17 3:30PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Hawley will move family to suburban D.C., maintain residence in Springfield
A lot of these people don't live in Washington, and I think that is a mistake, former Sen. John Danforth said.
Jan 17 2:00PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Bridge repair tops Missouri governor's budget plan, along with money for schools
During his first State of the State address, Parson described a blueprint that calls for no new taxes and relies largely on a cut in health care spending after 100,000 left state programs.
Jan 17 11:45AM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Gov. Parson proposes new bonding plan to fix bridges, pushes to develop workforce
During his first State of the State address, Parson described a blueprint that calls for no new taxes and relies largely on a cut in health care spending after 100,000 left state programs.
Jan 16 11:30PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Iran state TV says anchorwoman was arrested at St. Louis airport
Press TV said Marzieh Hashemi had been arrested after arriving at St. Louis Lambert International Airport on Sunday.
Jan 16 9:00PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Raasch: Claire McCaskill walks through the spinning door
In joining MSNBC, former senator says she wants to be voice of Midwestern common sense
Jan 16 3:15PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics