New Website Promotes Missouri Spending Transparency
Missouri Treasurer Eric Schmitt announced a new website that will promote transparency in state spending.
Schmitt held a press conference today [Tuesday] announcing showmecheckbook.mo.gov. The website is a single location to get information about expenditures, revenue, payroll. liabilities and cash flow.
The website draws information from 20 million data points, and thousands more are added each day. The site currently dates back to 2007.
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Mexico Woman Injured in Ralls County Accident A Mexico woman has minor injuries following a two-car accident in Ralls County during the morning hours of Monday, February 19, 2024. According to the Missouri Highway Patrol it happened on Highway 154 in Perry. A vehicle driven by 35-year-old Michelle R. Borders of Perry failed to yield…Continue Reading
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Mexico Bulldogs Boys Clinch Tie for North Central Missouri Conference Championship While Mexico Lady Bulldogs Lose Heartbreaker in Fulton
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