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The Fair Maps Missouri Coalition has put together a competition for Missourians to draw their own congressional and legislative maps.
Advocacy groups, retired judges, and lawmakers are urging the state to halt the execution of Ernest Lee Johnson.
Gov. Mike Parson declared October “Show Me Excellence Month” this week, kicking off a month of training opportunities for state employees.
The Bicentennial Inaugural Ball — which had been moved to Sept. 18 to the Capitol Lawn — drew a large, celebratory crowd of elected officials, politicos, and more.
Congresswoman Cori Bush joined advocacy groups and exonerees to push for the release of several Missourians serving lengthy prison sentences.
Harold Brown, depicted in the House Lounge mural, traveled to the statehouse this week for what he called a "fond farewell" to the piece.
"Planning is put in jeopardy when federal tax codes are changed by people thousands of miles away who don’t understand the impact on farmers."