About 30 years before women were able to vote in Missouri, Annie White Baxter was already making history.
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This session has been anything but “general” or “normal” as it comes in the midst of a global health crisis.
The Missouri House convened to greenlight the legislation driving the special session on violent crime following committee votes last week — with one exception.
State Rep. Peter Merideth wants to implement a new House rule that would require masks to be worn inside the Capitol.
No arrests were made during Thursday’s protest in Jefferson CIty despite a number of verbal faceoffs between organizers and police.
House Minority Floor Leader Crystal Quade called the special session on violent crime a distraction from the COVID-19 pandemic.
A year to the day ahead of the 200th anniversary of Missouri’s statehood, construction officially began on the Bicentennial Bridge.