Legislation that would require Missouri voters to show photo identification at the polls is advancing in both chambers of the General Assembly.
First, a Missouri House committee this morning passed a resolution that would put the photo ID question before voters as a constitutional amendment, along with a bill that would implement the amendment into state law if passed.
Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich is looking into the local offices that issue Missouri vehicle and driver's licenses.
Schweich said Monday his audit will examine the Department of Revenue's process for awarding contracts to run the offices. He also plans to review the operating procedures of some of the 183 license offices.
Mo. Gov. Jay Nixon during his 2011 State of the State address. Nixon said today that proposals to replace the state's income tax with an expanded sales tax is the wrong way to go. (UPI/Bill Greenblatt)
Missouri's college savings plan will now have lower administrative costs.
At a press conference at the University of Missouri St. Louis today, Missouri State Treasurer Clint Zweifel announced a new five-year management agreement with Upromise Investments and Vanguard that will decrease the cost of the MOST 529 plan by 44 percent. The partnership is estimated to save Missourians $18.5 million.