Category: Capitol Culture

Midwest Litigation Services, Midwest Trial Services, and Aequitas ADR Services to change name to Alaris

ST. LOUIS – Midwest Litigation Services, Midwest Trial Services, and Aequitas ADR Services has officially changed its name to Alaris. The new name, Alaris, is a Latin word which means auxiliary troops. The company says this reflects the company’s mission to be a support team for its clients. The company, originally […]

Axiom Strategies adds Cannon Research Group, led by veteran researcher Tom Jones

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Missouri-founded Axiom Strategies, the largest Republican consulting firm in the country, has announced the acquisition of the 339 Group, a research firm now known as Cannon Research Group (CRG). Led by Tom Jones, a veteran policy analyst and opposition researcher, Cannon Research Group will conduct opposition […]

Judge Powell speaks of service while addressing Missouri Bar

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – “I’m adjusting as best as I can,” the Honorable W. Brent Powell said with a laugh while speaking at the Missouri Bar’s Fall Committee meetings. “One of the more difficult parts of the job is that I don’t get to make decisions by myself anymore,” Powell […]

How a left-wing Massachusetts company infiltrated the Department of Economic Development

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Rep. Marsha Haefner, chairman of the House Fiscal Oversight Committee, plans to question state government bureaucracy over hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars in payments to a Massachusetts company, Regional Economic Models Incorporated (REMI). REMI, an east coast corporation out of Massachusetts has ties to extremist […]

Missouri groups lead charge against flawed classification of herbicide

Associated Industries of Missouri, Missouri Chamber of Commerce, Missouri Farm Bureau, and St. Louis-based National Corn Growers Association join other groups targeting classification they say would devastate American food supply, economies FRESNO, Calif. – Agriculture groups from across the country Wednesday joined forces to file a lawsuit in federal court against […]

High school students earn top honors in statewide finals of 2017 Constitution Project

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Supreme Court of Missouri has recognized the winners of the 2017 statewide finals of Missouri’s Constitution Project, an intensive, experiential competition in which high school students gain experience in the fields of journalism, crime scene investigation and trial advocacy. Individuals from twelve schools earned awards […]

Mathews promising GOP control in House

ST. LOUIS – As the Rep. Mike Cierpiot, the current majority floor leader, faces a special election during his last year in the House, Republicans have been competing to replace him. Rep. Rob Vescovo and Rep. Kirk Mathews are both currently vying for the position. Mathews joined host Scott Faughn […]

Capitol lighting project illuminates art, soon to be completed

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – If it seems like the murals in the Missouri State Capitol look different, you’re not wrong. In fact, if the Capitol seems to be a little brighter, you’re onto something. Let there be light! #MoCapitol murals came to life today with new energy-efficient lights @MissouriOA #Moleg […]

Silver Hair Legislature prioritizes medical marijuana as part of 2018 agenda

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Silver Hair Legislature (SHL), an elected body of Missourians that advocate for seniors, set their Top Five Priorities for 2018. They consist of a bicameral legislature that passes priorities for the upcoming year. This year’s priorities included securing stable funding for seniors through an insurance […]