Senior U.S. District Judge Nanette Laughrey recalls facing Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a case before the nation’s highest court. And it was one Ginsburg used to advocate for women’s voices.
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Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft added his voice to the discussion on the vacant U.S. Supreme Court seat this week, urging President Donald Trump to appoint a nominee before the Nov. 3 election.
A small group of demonstrators gathered outside the Christopher S. Bond Courthouse in Jefferson City to protest a federal execution Tuesday.
SJR 39, proposed by Republican Sen. Dan Hegeman, would have reformed the existing court plan to allow the governor more choices in selecting replacement judges.
With the state bouncing back from a turbulent financial period in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, some legislators have set their sights on a new tax stream for Missouri.
Missouri’s economy is beginning to bounce back after the downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Lt. Governor Mike Kehoe.
Missouri’s Democratic leadership is applauding a U.S. Supreme Court decision expanding anti-discrimination laws, and hoping it sets a precedent for Missouri.
“Holding executions during the pandemic presents really important moral and public policy issues.”
Gov. Mike Parson partially commuted Dimetrious Woods' prison sentence Wednesday after the Supreme Court found his release to be in error.
In a first for the Missouri Supreme Court, oral arguments in a new trial request were held remotely Tuesday morning.