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Here are the first-quarter filing reports for political action committees in 2022.
Recognition events in honor of more than 200 of Missouri’s recent donors will occur today in the Capitol and the Harry S. Truman State Office Building and will conclude with an evening candlelight vigil and moment of silence in the Governor’s Garden.
"We truly give this a lot of thought and work hard to identify leaders who truly understand and value Missouri agriculture," MCA President Bruce Mershon said.
Chief Strategy Officer Kristy Klein Davis will be relocating to Atlanta to take on the position of president at Healthcare Georgia Foundation.
Patricia Jo Boyers, a Missouri cable industry veteran, has been selected to join the Cable Hall of Fame’s Class of 2022.
Students, teachers, administrators, and families from around Missouri gathered at the Capitol last month to celebrate the arts.
Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe, who is running for governor in 2024, has been endorsed by the Fire Fighter Association of Missouri.