Democratic state Rep. Michael Person has expanded his career in public service to the state legislature.
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Members of the Missouri branch of the American Academy of Pediatrics (MOAAP) has laid out its advocacy agenda for this legislative session — with a big focus on immunizations.
The Missouri House has passed a bill to the Senate that would establish a PDMP. Missouri is the only state to not have a statewide program.
Republican Joshua Barrett announced his campaign for state senator earlier this week.
The FCC has authorized more than $175 million for rural broadband expansion in Missouri, part of its initiative to expand internet access in the U.S.
Freshman Rep. Trish Gunby is taking years’ worth of activism experience with her to the Missouri state capitol.
Flanked by industry experts, Sen. David Sater touted legislation aimed at providing greater transparency between the pharmaceutical industry and customers Tuesday.
State Rep. Rasheen Aldridge has been involved in social justice and activism in St. Louis for years, and now he’s taking that same effort to the Capitol.
Missouri’s net general revenue collections in January were up by 7.4 percent, the state budget director announced Thursday.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Representatives on the House floor perfected legislation that would restructure the Capitol Police Tuesday morning. HB 1521, sponsored by GOP Rep.…