About 100,000 Missourians registered for a COVID-19 vaccine incentive program less than 24 hours after it was announced, according to DHSS.
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U.S. Senator Roy Blunt is working on a bill to allocate nearly $1.4 billion a year to local wildlife preservation efforts across the country.
Missouri is launching multiple incentive programs for Missourians who get vaccinated against COVID-19, state leaders announced Wednesday.
Donald Kauerauf, the former assistant director of the Illinois Department of Public Health, has been chosen to lead Missouri’s health department.
“We have a lot of things planned and we’re excited about all the things that they’re bringing and the chance to be a part of the state’s celebration.”
Missouri’s electric cooperatives urged lawmakers to increase funding for broadband as they continue to expand access for rural communities.
The Republican governor also stressed his reliance on “local control” and the ability of districts to create their own curriculum.
Missouri officials are pleading with the federal government to reconsider after it rejected the state's proposed vaccine incentive program.
Missouri AFL-CIO is launching an initiative meant to improve diversity, mental health, and economic opportunities for Missouri’s workforce.