The Missouri Ethics Commission (MEC) launched a new annual online reporting system with data on lobbying, campaign finance, and financial disclosure.
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Despite the quick pivot some restaurants made, carry out, curbside, and delivery services are “generally insufficient to lift them out” of the financial situation COVID-19 caused, the Missouri Restaurant Association CEO said.
Lawmakers will hastily flock back to the capital city for just a short period in order to pass the supplemental budget onto the governor.
Campaigns, in the midst of an election year, have had to morph, adapt, or even hit pause.
A new coalition of Missouri sheriffs has formed in an effort to “take an assertive stand” in the Capitol.
The local chapter of the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) has backed incumbent Dr. Sam Page in the race for St. Louis County executive.
The Missouri Soybean Association has a new president: farmer Ronnie Russell.
Victory Enterprises has launched a new digital media company called Objective Media, the company has announced. “Objective Media will be a digital media company focused…
Beginning the first of the new year, Ethan Todd is taking a new role with Capitol City Research as a full-time vice president and senior partner.…
The National College Players Association (NCPA) has joined forces with two state representatives — a Democrat and a Republican — to push for the ability…