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Freshmen to Watch: Senator Cindy O’Laughlin

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — For freshman Sen. Cindy O’Laughlin, three issues carried over from her campaign to the state Senate and drive her legislative...

Freshmen to Watch: Representative Keri Ingle

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — As a licensed master social worker, Rep. Keri Ingle already has a substantial amount of experience in helping others. Ingle...

Freshmen to Watch: Representative Jim Murphy

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — After the passing of former Rep. Cloria Brown, freshman Jim Murphy stepped up to represent the 94th district, looking to...

Conservation Day at the Capitol marked as another success

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The executive director of the Missouri Conservation Federation, Tyler Schwartze, is proud to celebrate the success of Conservation Day at...

Freshmen to Watch: Senator Justin Brown

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Sen. Justin Brown has already reached a milestone in his new position as a state senator: his first bill was...

African-American religious leaders lobby for criminal justice reform, voting rights

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A group of the state’s African-American religious leaders gathered at the Capitol Tuesday urging lawmakers to pass legislation dealing with...

Bondon seeks change in limit on linked deposits

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — One representative is looking to help Missouri small businesses by raising the limit on linked deposit investments. Rep. Jack Bondon's...

Freshmen to Watch: Rep. Wiley Price

Representing the 84th district of Missouri, freshman Rep. Wiley Price brings his skills as a marketing director and his personal worldview to make a...

Freshmen to Watch: Rep. LaKeySha Bosley

Freshman Rep. LaKeySha Bosley has a refreshing take on why she chose to run for office: By becoming part of the legislature, Bosley hopes...

Freshmen to Watch: Rep. Dottie Bailey

With a background as a grassroots lobbyist, banker, and Tea Party member, freshman Rep. Dottie Bailey proves to be someone her constituents can rely...