Sens. Holly Thompson Rehder and Jill Schupp are championing a new “Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill of Rights” after a previous version is being challenged in court.
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Chief Justice Paul Wilson delivered his State of the Judiciary address with a tone that was aspirational and bipartisan.
"A state cannot simply declare federal laws invalid."
Mark and Patricia McCloskey have been placed on probation for one year, with the risk of having their law licenses suspended indefinitely.
The case challenging the federal government's COVID-19 vaccine requirement for health care workers is before the U.S. Supreme Court.
"There is a reason the Missouri General Assembly has not imposed such a one-size-fits-all mandate."
Attorney General Eric Schmitt said masking requirements could hamper social development for young children while vaccination requirements could harm the early education workforce.
Bostic was sentenced to 241 years for an armed robbery and carjacking that occurred in 1995.
“I pray that the U.S. Supreme Court makes the right decision, but while it may decide what is constitutional and what is not, it does not decide what is moral and what is right and what is just."
"Missouri is engaged in a war of accountability. Our court system is the battlefield, and at stake are the fundamental principles of our criminal justice system."