The Supreme Court panle is in: Judges Kelly Broniec of St. Louis, Michael Gardner of Cape County, and Ginger Gooch of Greene County.
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Brady Hays is a 2023 graduate of the University of Missouri with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in History. He is currently attending the University of Missouri School of Law and is on pace to graduate with his JD in 2026. He has been working for the Missouri Times since early March 0f 2022.
Officials at the Department of Revenue (DOR) Motor Vehicle Driver License (MVDL) Division are facing difficulty attracting and retaining independent contractors to operate license offices, even in larger markets like St. Louis City, which have traditionally been more profitable.
State Senator Denny Hoskins has announced his candidacy to be Missouri's 41st Secretary of State, replacing current Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft, who is running for Governor in 2024.
Today, Governor Mike Parson announced the appointment of Kayla Hahn to the Missouri Public Service Commission. Dr. Hahn most recently served on Governor Parson's senior staff team as Policy Director.
It was made clear that both of their bills rural jobs and a property tax cut had to pass before anything of substance was going to move.
State Representative Brad Pollitt, chairman of the Education Committee, joined Scott Faughn for a This Week in Missouri Politics Midweek Update to discuss the future expansion of the ESA program.
Long-time United States Senator Roy Blunt has joined Husch Blackwell Strategies (HBS) after retiring from the Senate earlier this year.
Treasurer Malek has many accomplishments over his first 100 days, but there are a few specific ones to note.
The 2023 recipients of the Standing with Children Awards are Representatives Hannah Kelly (R-Mountain Grove) and Crystal Quade (D-Springfield) and Senators Lauren Arthur (D-Kansas City) and Mary Elizabeth Coleman (R-Arnold). Finally, Lieutenant Governor Mike Kehoe will be a special guest and recipient of the Lifetime Standing with Children Award.
We believe this language will result in wide-ranging consequences that would undermine lawmakers’ economic and workforce priorities and urge you to remove it from the budget bills.