After more than 11 years as the executive director of the Missouri Petroleum Council, Ryan Rowden launched his own firm: The Rowden Group.
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Meet those serving in and around Missouri’s state government.
Eric Bohl has worked as a lawyer, congressional chief of staff, and Missouri Farm Bureau advocacy director. Now he can add “novelist” to his resume.
Meet Miriam Joelson, the Missouri state organizer for Rise, a nonprofit advocating for civil rights protections for sexual assault survivors nationwide.
At the conclusion of Tuesday’s Missouri Farm Bureau Board of Directors meeting, Blake Hurst announced he would not seek re-election as president of the organization after his term is completed this year.
Clem Smith said his focus is on flipping seats from red to blue, aggressively supporting Medicaid expansion efforts, and promoting participation in the U.S. Census.
Clem Smith is taking over as acting chair of the Missouri Democratic Party, replacing Jean Peters Baker, who served as the party’s chair since 2018.
The POST Commission can set the minimum hours of needed basic training for peace officers and set the standards for the basic training of peace officers.
Roger Dorson, a deputy commissioner at DESE, is set to retire at the end of June after a storied career in education across Missouri.
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