Missouri’s two top legislative leaders will join Gov. Jay Nixon on an eight-day trade trip through Germany, Italy and Spain that begins Friday.
Sprint Corp. on Monday unveiled a new bundle of office services, including high-speed Internet, Wi-Fi and landline and mobile phone service. The new array of offerings represents a shift for the Overland Park, Kan.-based telecom company, which has begun targeting businesses in addition to its typical consumer market.
Aiming to allow ample time to override potential vetoes by Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon, Missouri’s Republican-controlled House and Senate are seeking to send the state’s $26 billion budget to the governor’s desk earlier than ever before.
Citing grease burns, lack of proper protective equipment and a variety of other workplace hazards, McDonald’s employees in 19 cities have filed complains in recent weeks with the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The filings are part of an ongoing nationwide push by fast-food workers to get $15 an hour and the right to unionize.
Last weekend marked the start of a six-week window for Missouri residents to avoid a tax penalty by signing up for health insurance.
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