Missouri lawmakers poised to address priority issues this week

With less than a month remaining in the legislative session, Missouri lawmakers this week could address and pass several pieces of priority legislation, including bills dealing with the state budget, municipal courts and school transfers.

Legislators from the House and Senate are scheduled to meet Monday night to work on the $26.1 billion state budget for the fiscal year starting July 1. Negotiators from the two chambers must address disagreements over their proposed budgets.

The House is expected to take up its proposal to reform the Macks Creek law, which caps the amount of revenue cities and towns can generate from traffic fines at 30 percent.

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