The Missouri General Assembly is heading into its final week with an unusually short to-do list.
That’s because a number of issues, including a new state budget, were approved early.
When legislators return Monday, Republican leaders had first planned to tackle the budget-item vetoes that Gov. Jay Nixon issued Friday afternoon. But the governor only vetoed one item, because of a technical error that's unlikely to generate an override. Instead, legislators will try to fix the problem.