"I need all those folks to feel really good about the work that we’re doing, and that is by helping them understand us better and building relationships."
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The Missouri Fraternal Order of Police announced Tim Garrison, former U.S. attorney, as chairman of the Community Member Team.
The Missouri Soybean Association endorsed Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe in his 2024 gubernatorial bid Thursday, noting his advocacy for the agriculture industry.
Gov. Mike Parson spoke to a rotunda full of Missouri school board members and staircase full of students at the Missouri School Board Association legislative day at the state Capitol.
A conservative cohort, which includes Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft, prefers a 7-1 map in favor of Republicans.
In the upper chamber, Dan Engemann had a strong focus on constituent services, and he is bringing his desire to help others to his new role with the Farm Bureau.
"Some call this lobbying, but the constitution calls it freedom of speech and petitioning your government."
Max Cook is only the 6th person to lead MBA, having joined the association in 1991.
Kara Corches previously served as the chamber’s director of legislative affairs where she advocated on behalf of employer issues in the Capitol.
"Political journalism in Missouri is not dead — in fact, it’s evolving and following global business journalism trends."