Sponsor Doug Richey argues the bill evens the playing field between public schools and charter schools.
Voters approved a constitutional amendment to expand Medicaid in August.
Critics warns measures could disenfranchise voters and suppress turnout.
Administration official admits state filed liens in some cases, but claims it was a mistake.
The measure passed 128-14, and now moves to the Senate.
While Missouri lawmakers have been open to changing HIV laws, approving an anti-LGBT discrimination law is proving to be a heavy lift.
House Speaker Rob Vescovo, R-Arnold, named foster care and adoption reforms as priorities for this legislative session.
Party members ‘do not want their vote diluted by a drop-in voter, or a swing voter, or an independent voter,’ one Platte County citizen said.
The proposal specifies there should be four House districts in each Senate district.
The proposal addresses the most recent federal payments as well as potential future stimulus checks.