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Opinion: Ameren Missouri Customers Enjoying Rate Cut and Rate Cap Benefits Now, Greater Service...

Last year around this same time, the Missouri legislature took a major step forward for our state when they overwhelmingly passed a new, bipartisan...

House votes to clear needle exchange programs to fight IV drug use, disease

The Missouri House has passed a bill that would legalize programs already operating in the state that give drug abusers clean needles.  Supporters say...

Opinion: Ready for School, Ready for Work, Ready for Service

Last year, four retired military leaders in Missouri wrote a letter to policymakers that stated, “Ensuring young children have a strong start in life...

More than 50k Missourians work in clean energy

7 in 10 clean energy workers are involved in Energy Efficiency Clean energy jobs grew 2.9% in 2018 St. Louis, Jackson, and St. Louis...

Opinion: Good Neighbor Values

Missouri Cattlemen’s Association clearly proves they lack basic Missouri values and have it all wrong in their “Flipping the Bird to Science” published on...

Opinion: It’s time to redouble efforts for an improved flood control system

With heartbreak, we have watched our friends and neighbors across the states of Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska suffer from the impacts of historic Missouri...

Opinion: Missouri Conservatives Should Unite Behind Campus Due Process

As Speaker of the House, my colleagues and I spent session after session combatting bad policies from the Obama Administration. We fought against Obamacare,...

Army Veteran Will Akin announces plans to replace retiring Sheriff Paul Vescovo

Clay County Emergency Manager and Emergency Preparedness Division Captain Will Akin has announced his candidacy for Clay County Sheriff. Akin, a Republican, is seeking...

Opinion: Missouri’s Bright Future Requires an Investment in Rural

When I first decided to run for office, I did so with the hopes of being a strong voice in support of our rural...

House approves bill meant to stop school-to-school movement of child abusers

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The House has proposed that school districts open up lines of communication with one another to stop employees with a...