The House and Senate Independent Bipartisan Citizens Commissions elected their leadership and set future hearing dates this week.
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A quicker look at the Missouri Legislature and government.
The Missouri People's Party hopes to offer voters an alternative to the two-party system in upcoming elections as part of a nationwide push.
U.S. Senator Roy Blunt urged President Biden to sign a resolution honoring police departments that responded to the attack on Capitol Hill.
The PSC is calling on its federal counterpart to allow the Spire STL Pipeline to continue providing service in the St. Louis area.
The move comes the day after St. Louis reinstated an indoor mask mandates for everyone, regardless of vaccination status.
U.S. Senator Josh Hawley is urging the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn two major cases as part of a battle over a Mississippi abortion law.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt is accusing Google of violating antitrust laws and limiting customer choice in a lawsuit filed this week.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt assisted a driver after his truck turned onto its side Thursday, helping to pull the driver out of the wreck.
Gov. Mike Parson joined a coalition of Republican governors opposing any effort by the Biden administration to “pack” the U.S. Supreme Court.