Morning Minutes: Missouri to test compliance with carbon limits, Governor can’t extend stadium bonds

Photos courtesy of (clockwise from top left) HOK Sports, Michaela Marshall Dungey/Missouri Business Alert, and Ian Britton/Flickr
Photos courtesy of (clockwise from top left) HOK Sports, Michaela Marshall Dungey/Missouri Business Alert, and Ian Britton/Flickr

Assessments differ as Missouri lawmakers take spring break

As Missouri lawmakers dispersed for the legislature’s spring break, House Democrats and Republicans disagreed over how much had been accomplished during the first half of the legislative session, and what direction the second half should take.

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Senate: Governor can’t extend stadium bonds without vote

Gov. Jay Nixon would not be allowed to extend bonds to fund a new football stadium in St. Louis without a vote by legislators or citizens under a measure approved Thursday by the Missouri Senate.

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Legislature advances agriculture bills in final day before break

Missouri lawmakers sent one agricultural bill to Gov. Jay Nixon’s desk on Thursday and advanced another in their final day before spring break.

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Missouri among four states to test compliance with carbon limits

Missouri is one of four states that will study compliance options for proposed federal carbon limits through a program sponsored by the National Governors Association.

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Beyond Meat expands to meet demand for ‘beef’ products

Beyond Meat, a Columbia company that makes plant-based food products designed to taste like meat, is going beyond chicken.

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