Attorney General Eric Schmitt is opposing efforts to omit the Hyde Amendment from this year’s federal budget.
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A quicker look at the Missouri Legislature and government.
After nearly two decades working for the city, Columbia City Manager John Glascock is retiring in January.
The state of Missouri was awarded three StateScoop 50 awards this year, recognizing its achievements in technology and public service.
Senate President Pro Tem Dave Schatz and House Speaker Rob Vescovo’s softball teams are set to rematch later this month.
U.S. Senator Roy Blunt introduced a bipartisan effort to allocate federal funds for the maintenance of rural bridges Tuesday.
The Department of Defense’s Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) Committee has found a new state chair in Tom Krahenbuhl.
Missouri’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR) began offering assistance for energy improvements through low-interest loans this week.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt is among a group of Republican attorneys general opposing the appointment of David Chipman to lead the ATF.
“America’s service members make untold sacrifices on our nation’s behalf, and it is our responsibility to ensure those who need support can get it.”
Attorney General Eric Schmitt’s brief tenure as the chairman of the Republican Attorneys General Association has come to a close.