Missouri Minute: Missouri’s amendments could face bumpy road; House Republicans focus on legislative priorities

Here are today’s top business headlines from across Missouri:

Missouri’s new constitutional amendments could face bumpy road ahead

Of the four constitutional amendments passed by Missouri voters on Tuesday, three are the subject of rumblings about potential legal challenges. Read more

Missouri House Republicans will focus on labor, tort and education reform

With their supermajority intact and a Republican governor set to take over soon, Missouri House Republicans are laying out the their policy priorities for next year’s legislative session. House Speaker Todd Richardson, R-Poplar Bluff, said his caucus will focus on issues including “right-to-work” legislation, tort reform and education reform in 2017. Read more

KC businesses assess potential impact of Trump administration

Executives in the Kansas City area are sizing up the business, economic and political landscapes that may radically change following Donald Trump’s stunning presidential election victory. Read more

St. Louis may ban sale of tobacco, vaping products to anyone under age 21

St. Louis lawmakers have taken a step toward banning the sale of tobacco and nicotine vapor products to anyone under the age of 21. Read more

Schnucks to allow Salvation Army bell ringers to return for holidays

Salvation Army bell ringers and their iconic red kettles will return to Schnucks stores this holiday season. Read more

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