Johnson to run for Democratic Party chairperson

ST. LOUIS – J.P. Johnson announced that he is running for Chairperson of the Missouri State Democratic Party after current Chairperson, Stephen Webber, announced...

Winston Calvert named rising star in government affairs

Winston Calvert has once again been named a Rising Star in Legislative and Government Affairs in Missouri by SuperLawyers. Rising Stars is an exclusive list,...

Newly elected black caucus leadership to focus on criminal justice reform

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Legislative Black Caucus elected new leaders on Thursday, putting Rep. Steven Roberts at the helm. Two incoming representatives were also...

ACLU of Missouri hires new director of development

Nicole Rainey will oversee the advancement of ACLU of Missouri’s development program ST. LOUIS – The ACLU of Missouri has hired Nicole Rainey to oversee...

Marrs remembered as legislative institution and strong advocate for southwest Missouri

Leading lobbyist Scott Marrs passed away Friday evening after a short illness, leaving the legislative community remembering his successful career advocating on behalf of...

Arts advocates applaud Holsman, Hoskins for leading legislative successes

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Citizens for the Arts, a nonprofit statewide grassroots advocacy group supporting funding for the arts, recognized two state...

Missouri Municipal League honors Schupp with the MML Distinguished Service Award

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Municipal League is honored to present Missouri State Senator Jill Schupp with the 2018 MML Distinguished Service Award. The...

Bicentennial license plates now in circulation

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo — Roughly 2.6 million pounds of aluminum and more than 500,000 square feet of sheeting went into making 12 million bicentennial...

Mizzou’s Honors College to celebrate Missouri Day 2018

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A service project is seeking to get Missourians to buy and share products grown or manufactured in the Show-Me State. “This...

Beloved CEO Barry Hart reflects on 42 years with Missouri Association of Electric Co-ops

BRANSON, Mo. - After working 42 years, full-time, for the electric cooperatives of Missouri and Kansas, CEO Barry Hart says he is “leaving with...

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