“This isn’t something that’s dead on arrival, like gun laws,” Roberts said. “It would be one of those compromises on something that they're (Republicans) trying to get done. Then having something that we're trying to get done, as well — that's fair, reasonable, and would have bipartisan support.”
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The Judicial Conference of Missouri honored eight legislators for contributions to the state’s justice system during its annual meeting.
The Missouri Attorney General’s Office spent about $11,000 on a New Jersey-based company for translation and international process servicing fees to sue China over the coronavirus pandemic.
As an extra layer of safety, legislation was brought before a House committee Monday seeking to add a marshal service in the General Assembly.
After meeting with Senate and House leadership this week, Gov. Mike Parson said lawmakers will be “moving forward with” expanding the extraordinary session to address COVID liability issues.
Here’s a look at what a presidential recount would look like in Missouri and an overhead view of near-misses for the state.
The Missouri Supreme Court heard final arguments in a case over the state’s remote voting policies Tuesday afternoon.
Senior U.S. District Judge Nanette Laughrey recalls facing Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a case before the nation’s highest court. And it was one Ginsburg used to advocate for women’s voices.