Executive Branch


PSC looks ahead to busy April

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC) met today for their regularly scheduled agenda meeting. The meeting was short and light with a few jokes made, but scheduling showed a busy month upcoming. Evidentiary hearings for the Empire Electric case start on April 8. The case, ER-2014-0351, regards Empire Electric’s authority to

Capitol Culture


Governor’s office tells librarians to ‘shhh’

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Kansas City Public Library Executive Director Crosby Kemper took to Facebook today to share that he and his fellow library-supporting activists were “thrown out” of Governor Jay Nixon’s office for “being too loud.” “We were just thrown out of Governor Nixon’s office,” wrote Kemper. “We were respectful and polite and had



Hancock goes on offensive as lawmakers call for resignation

Update: An earlier version of this story incorrectly identified Rep. Galen Higdon as being present earlier today at a press conference. The story has been changed to reflect that he was not present. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — At the same time as some state lawmakers gathered to call for his resignation, Missouri Republican Party Chairman