Scott Sifton was one of the first people to jump into the race, even before Senator Roy Blunt announced he would not seek re-election.
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Gov. Mike Parson moved to cut federal pandemic-related unemployment benefits, arguing the move would encourage more Missourians to get back into the workforce.
Here's a look at the federal challenges leveled by Eric Schmitt in his role as Missouri's attorney general.
"Sending surviving relatives a huge tax bill because their loved one had the audacity to die is simply wrong."
“The cost to our country long term is not going to be good.”
“America’s farmers and ranchers embrace technology that allows their farming businesses to be more efficient, economical, and environmentally responsible.”
In 2020, the U.S. Census Bureau apportionment data reflected a population of 770,035 people per representative in Missouri.
While she hasn’t announced a bid for outgoing U.S. Senator Roy Blunt’s seat, Congresswoman Ann Wagner said it’s something she’s exploring.
Members of Missouri’s congressional delegation are asking for the implementation of flood protection measures along the Missouri River.