The Senate formally condemned the Missouri Supreme Court’s Dred Scott decision last week. Scott’s descendant, Lynne Jackson, led the effort.
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The Senate unanimously voted to officially denounce the Missouri Supreme Court’s Dred Scott decision Wednesday.
“I was always drawn to going into public service as my parents had shown us that was the highest way to serve your community.”
Rep. Raychel Proudie is taking the lead on a push to officially denounce the Missouri Supreme Court’s denial of Dred Scott’s freedom.
After serving on the Missouri Supreme Court for 20 years, Judge Laura Denvir Stith is planning to retire in March.
The annual State of the Judiciary address will be held online this year, according to the Missouri Supreme Court.
“The integrity of our elections is of critical importance to maintaining our republic, both today and in future elections.”
Attorney General Eric Schmitt joined the DOJ and ten other state attorneys general in filing a federal antitrust lawsuit against Google.
U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt voiced his approval of U.S. Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett Monday afternoon.
The Missouri Supreme Court heard final arguments in a case over the state’s remote voting policies Tuesday afternoon.