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Romine: SB 682, telehealth, ethics approved

Today, the Senate approved Senate Bill 682, legislation I am proud to co-sponsor that expands public notice requirements relating to land purchases made on...

Column: True intent of Voter ID laws is voter disenfranchisement

By Kyle Garner, candidate for State Representative, 52nd District The current push across the nation for voter ID laws began with a court decision in...

View from the Chair: Cost-share is a helpful tool, but not a solution to...

By Stephen H. Miller, Chairman of the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission Some have wondered over the last several weeks whether re-instating the MoDOT cost-share...

Cut to the Chase: Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda on the Rock Island Trail

By Chris Fennewald, editor for the Missouri Farm Bureau There are some friends I have from Chicago that came to Missouri last summer to ride the...

Miller: There are many pieces to the transportation funding puzzle

By Stephen Miller, Chair of the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission I am excited to see that transportation funding is a hot topic in the General...

Hubrecht: Saving Money on Biologic Medicines

By Rep. Tila Hubrecht, R-Dexter In recent years, biologic medicines have been at the forefront of cutting edge research in the biomedical field helping us...

Haahr: Winning the fight against human traffickers

By Rep. Elijah Haahr, R-Springfield Human trafficking is a billion dollar business in the United States and around the world. It’s hard for some to...

Should Caesar Help His People?

By Rep. Joshua Peters, D-St. Louis The St. Louis City Earnings Tax became law in 1954 and since then those living or working in the...

The Missouri Legislature Must Not Let Brad Bradshaw Hijack Medical Cannabis to Create Constitutional...

By Missouri State Rep. Tommie Pierson (D-North St. Louis County) As a contender for the Democratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor and a sitting State Representative,...

Missouri’s Chief Justice delivers 2016 State of the Judiciary address

 Patricia Breckenridge, chief justice of the Supreme Court of Missouri, delivered the following State of the Judiciary address Wednesday morning,                             January 27, 2016, during a joint session...