On a 19-14 vote, the Senate on Tuesday bucked GOP leaders to fully fund Missouri’s K-12 public schools for the first time in history. The vote brought the Senate budget in line with the House version by adding $45 million to public school funding, bringing the total to $3.4 billion.
On a 19-14 vote, the Senate on Tuesday bucked GOP leaders to fully fund Missouri’s K-12 public schools for the first time in history. The vote brought the Senate budget in line with the House version by adding $45 million to public school funding, bringing the total to $3.4 billion. File photo
On a 19-14 vote, the Senate on Tuesday bucked GOP leaders to fully fund Missouri’s K-12 public schools for the first time in history. The vote brought the Senate budget in line with the House version by adding $45 million to public school funding, bringing the total to $3.4 billion. File photo

For first time in history, Missouri Senate votes to fully fund K-12 public schools

April 25, 2017 05:11 PM

More Videos

  • FCC votes to repeal net neutrality regulations

    The Federal Communications Commission voted along party lines to undo 2015 Obama-era “net neutrality” rules that guaranteed equal access to internet on Thursday.