Records of plans to protect state buildings and how agencies respond to terrorism will be closed to the public for the next four years. Lawmakers decided to continue that exemption before session ended on Friday. According to this Associated Press story, the amount spent on fighting terror would be public record.
Missouri's Sunshine Law requires all state agencies to keep meetings and other items open record, with exceptions for employee issues. You can find out more about the Sunshine Law at the Missouri Attorney General's Web site.