"It’s pretty safe to say nothing like this has ever happened in our agricultural history with spraying pesticides."
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Senior U.S. District Judge Nanette Laughrey recalls facing Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a case before the nation’s highest court. And it was one Ginsburg used to advocate for women’s voices.
The Missouri Farm Bureau (MOFB) has made a handful of endorsements across the board in Missouri politics — both before and after the August primary elections.
Gov. Mike Parson and first lady Teresa Parson have tested positive for COVID-19, the couple announced Wednesday.
A small group of demonstrators gathered outside the Christopher S. Bond Courthouse in Jefferson City to protest a federal execution Tuesday.
Gov. Mike Parson officially signed the two bills that came out of the special session on violent crime Monday afternoon.
In August, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new saliva-based COVID-19 test developed by researchers at Washington University in St. Louis.
“I think we need to look at each individual area, but I do think if the governor said something straight and gave some guidance it would bring people together to see what’s best for the state of Missouri.”
Missouri state employees won five StateScoop 50 Awards this year for their work in cybersecurity and IT — more than any other state.