Missouri’s rape kit law — the measure adding greater protections for sexual assault victims signed by Gov. Mike Parson earlier this year — is facing legal questions over its constitutionality.
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Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft found “no probable cause” Auditor Nicole Galloway violated state law and misused her office during the 2020 campaigns.
The Missouri Legislature has added COVID-19 liability protections to its agenda during the extraordinary session.
Along with Missouri, attorneys general from Alabama, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, Kentucky, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, and Florida also signed on to the brief.
A Missouri appeals court has upheld an earlier decision allowing state Rep. Nick Schroer to remain on the ballot after he faced legal questions about his residency.
Long-term care providers expressed concern after a Missouri-based testing lab was suspended over alleged inaccurate COVID-19 test results.
Today, Governor Mike Parson appointed Jeffrey P. Medler as Associate Circuit Judge for the 21st Judicial Circuit.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt joined the DOJ and ten other state attorneys general in filing a federal antitrust lawsuit against Google.
Governor Mike Parson appointed the Honorable Sarah A. Castle as Circuit Judge for the 16th Judicial Circuit.
U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt voiced his approval of U.S. Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett Monday afternoon.