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Rachael Herndon Dunn

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Rachael Herndon is the editor at The Missouri Times, and also produces This Week in Missouri Politics, publishes Missouri Times Magazine, and co-hosts the #moleg podcast. She joined the Missouri Times in 2014, returning to political reporting after working as a campaign and legislative staffer. Rachael studied at the University of Missouri - Columbia. She lives in Jefferson City with her husband, Brandon, and their two children. To contact Rachael, email rachael@themissouritimes.com, or via Twitter @TheRachDunn.

Hicks receives warm understanding and support from colleagues and constituents after RTW vote

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Representative Ron Hicks, R-St. Peters, made a bold move in voting no on the recent right to work bill. The...

Senator Blunt visits the House

  JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - United States Senator Roy Blunt spoke in the House chamber on Tuesday regarding the struggles of legislating, calling on the...

House perfects ISRS

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A bill, sponsored by Representative Tom Flanigan, R-Carthage, addressing infrastructure system replacement surcharges (ISRS), particularly for the company Missouri American...

Audit report finds no fraud in Brownfield program

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo - An audit released today of the Brownfield Remediation Tax Credits by Auditor Tom Schweich found 4 problems with the way...

New DED regulations poised to kill successful economic development program

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – This morning, thousands of workers walked into the headquarters of Express Scripts at the intersection of Interstate 70 and Hanley...

Whispering Gallery Invitational: First round voting ended when session adjourned, results

The tables have turned on a few races, showing anything can go in future match-ups. First round voting ended for the prestigious David Barklage...

Tobacco loophole closure bill leaves committee after release of public opinion survey

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - SB 820, sponsored by Sen. Kurt Schaefer, R-Columbia, was voted out of the Senate Appropriations Committee on Tuesday. The bill,...