Now, in a matter of a few days, folks are asking the question: Will the Senate be more than a speed bump to the House’s agenda in the closing hours?
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“Thank you for praying for us today and every day.”
As Missouri prepares to celebrate its bicentennial, its largest celebratory project is receiving a donation from Union Pacific.
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is considering rolling with renewable, soy-based tires designed for use by law enforcement.
Hundreds of pro-life ralliers gathered on the Capitol grounds for the Midwest March for Life Wednesday morning.
After five hours of session, there was only one clear winner in the Senate Monday: drama.
Democrat Lucas Kunce raised nearly $300,000 in the three weeks since he announced his bid for U.S. Senate, his campaign said Monday.
“I want to help lead those community discussions so that city government is responding to the needs of the entire community.”
Because of his dedication to Missouri’s infrastructure, skillful setting of the session’s policy agenda, and ardent allegiance to principle, The Missouri Times has named Sen. Dave Schatz its 2020 Statesman of the Year.