The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a request from the Spire STL Pipeline to preserve its service through the winter months Friday.
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Advocacy groups, retired judges, and lawmakers are urging the state to halt the execution of Ernest Lee Johnson.
Former Gov. Bob Holden and former Missouri Supreme Court Judge Michael A. Wolff are among those who have advocated for Gov. Mike Parson to stop the execution.
The U.S. Supreme Court will not hear Missouri’s abortion law case at this time, though it may after a federal appeals court issues its ruling.
The Judicial Conference of Missouri honored eight legislators for contributions to the state’s justice system during its annual meeting.
Attorneys for the state focused on a provision preventing abortions based on a Down syndrome diagnosis in federal court Tuesday morning.
U.S. Senate candidate Scott Sifton is advocating for additional justices on the U.S. Supreme Court to preserve Roe v. Wade.
Here’s a look at three avenues Missouri officials are exploring on the abortion issue and the effect the Texas law could have on them.
"This is a huge win for border security and the rule of law and highlights our efforts to continually fight back on federal government overreach."
Cole County Judge Jon Beetem said DSS cannot deny individuals who qualify under the expansion from enrolling in the MO HealthNet program.