Appeals court rules lawsuit challenging fuel tax referendum is ‘not ripe’

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A district court of appeals has ruled against a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a referendum sent to the voters...

Opinion: Support a reasonable medical marijuana law by voting Yes on 2

By Rep. Shamed Dogan Since being elected to the Missouri House in 2014, I have vocally supported efforts to pass a medical marijuana bill and...

POLL: Koster lead increases again, Trump up 10 points

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Attorney General Chris Koster continued to build his lead in The Missouri Times' weekly poll. He now holds a lead...

Legal battle over gas tax lands in court Aug. 3

Judge allows SafeMo.Com to join defense JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. —A lawsuit that will decide whether or not the November ballot includes a measure on increasing...

Appeals courts puts Clean Missouri back on ballot, overturning lower court’s decision

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — An appeals court has overturned a lower court's ruling and sided with the backers of a sweeping ethics reform question,...

Initiative petitions regarding freedom to work, judicial elections, Medicaid expansion OK’d to circulate

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Several initiative petitions covering a multitude of different topics — from freedom-to-work to sanctuary cities to Medicaid expansion to the...

Pro right-to-work group accused of armed intimidation

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A pro-right-to-work group is catching some flak after it was reported that four armed men were handing out literature opposing...

Wading through Tuesday’s results: Increased turnout, waive of diversity, and a few surprises

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Having the most money, the right endorsements, and the "right" experiences is not a guaranteed recipe for getting elected in...

NCADA of St. Louis raises concerns regarding medical marijuana ballot measures

ST. LOUIS — A charity organization that deals with drug and alcohol abuse is raising concerns regarding the medical marijuana measures Missourians will be...

Release: Kraus questions fate of Ashcroft’s Initiative Petition

  (JEFFERSON CITY) – With the deadline to submit signatures for Missouri’s initiative petitions now passed, State Senator Will Kraus is questioning why Jay Ashcroft...

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