Missouri Lincoln Days 2019: Grassroots, grassroots, grassroots

ST. LOUIS – Hundreds of Republicans descended onto St. Louis this past weekend for the annual Lincoln Days conference hosted by the Missouri Republican...

Mr. Missouri: A conversation with Mike Kehoe

Growing up in inner St. Louis City, learning the difference between a cow and a horse was not part of Mike Kehoe’s education. Fast...

Discussion with DOR regarding withholding error continues in special committee

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A House committee dedicated to government oversight continued digging into the reason behind the lagging state revenues and Missourians’ expected...

Hundreds share concerns, expertise, recommendations on medical cannabis

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Stakeholders made one thing clear to state officials: they want medicinal cannabis in Missouri to be about Missouri. In a standing-room-only...

Report finds state could save up to $1 billion annually in Medicaid costs

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — An independent assessment of Missouri’s Medicaid program details significant changes that could result is the state saving between $500 million...

State of the State 2019: Parson focuses on infrastructure and workforce development

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — In his first State of the State address, Gov. Mike Parson focused on two topics that he has talked about since...
Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft speaks on cyber security before the November general election (ALISHA SHURR/THE MISSOURI TIMES.)

Ashcroft aims to reform the initiative petition process in a content-neutral way

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Following the last election cycle, talk of overhauling the process is drawing renewed interest. Less than 2 percent of initiative petitions...
Eric Schmitt is sworn in as Missouri's 43rd Attorney General (ALISHA SHURR/THE MISSOURI TIMES.)

Schmitt sworn in as Missouri’s 43rd Attorney General

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The first order of business for the Missouri Attorney General’s Office with new leadership at the helm will be personal, said...

State projects increase in general revenue collection for Fiscal Year 2020

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – State budget experts and outside consultants are expecting general revenue collections to see an uptick for the next budget year. On...

How Parson helped turn the tide by November

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — One of the first among many challenges for Governor Mike Parson, when he took office in June, was to change...

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