Here are this morning’s top business stories from across Missouri:
Gov. Jay Nixon on Thursday vetoed legislation that would cut several thousand low-income families from the state’s welfare rolls by reducing the length of eligibility for state assistance and creating more stringent work requirements for welfare recipients.
A 35-acre expanse of wooded land along Interstate 270 in Maryland Heights is the target of a proposed mixed-use development that could include apartments, condos, senior housing, offices and a hotel.
The Missouri Senate is one vote away from sending to the House a bill that would raise the state gas tax and create a board to explore the possibility of establishing toll roads in the state.
Monsanto Co., the world’s largest seed maker, has reportedly approached Syngenta, the world’s largest maker of crop chemicals, about an acquisition.
The Missouri Senate approved a measure Thursday that includes financing to keep the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in St. Louis.
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