Missouri could establish a litany of protections, including the right to a counselor, in law for victims of sexual violence this year.
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The Public Service Commission did not adjust Ameren Missouri’s Actual Cost Adjustment balances following an audit and Staff recommendations.
David Martin, a community activist in Kansas City, announced he is running for state Senate.
Missouri allows the death penalty — by lethal injection or gas — which is overseen by the Department of Corrections.
Changes to how asbestos claims are handled isn’t a new topic for the General Assembly, but it’s one that hit the floor early this year.
Former Gov. Eric Greitens has agreed to pay $38,000 as part of a settlement with the MEC. Regulators had initially levied more than $178,000 in fines for campaign finance violations.
It’s Sen. Jamilah Nasheed's final year in the General Assembly, but she isn’t slowing down. Instead, she’s whipping votes to get her “legacy legislation” out of a committee and onto the upper chamber’s floor.
A massive bill that would “fundamentally change” how punitive damage cases are assessed in Missouri stalled in the Senate after a nearly four-hour debate.
A Missouri state representative has pitched legislation decrying the potential addition of a designated hitter rule in the National League.
GOP-backed legislation aimed at changing Clean Missouri passed out of the Senate Monday evening, despite a lone Republican voting against the resolution.