At this time, there is no evidence to indicate the affected patients were aware the physician listed was not the physician who met with them.
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Eric Schmitt has served as Missouri’s attorney general since January 2019.
Community leaders renewed their pleas for justice in the 2017 death of Tory Sanders Friday as national outrage over the death of George Floyd continues.
A Democratic candidate for attorney general has proposed a new plan to reform the state’s justice system — with help from Missourians.
A pair of lawsuits levied against the Medicaid expansion initiative, set to appear on the August ballot, failed in court Tuesday. And at least one organization plans to appeal the decision.
As massive protests over police brutality continue throughout the country, including in Missouri, a broad coalition of state groups came together to advocate for a proposed change to Missouri law regarding how law enforcement agencies conduct stops.
The report showed a total of 1,524,640 vehicle stops, resulting in 102,755 searches and 74,553 arrests across the state of Missouri.
“This bill is all about treating people with the respect and dignity they deserve no matter where they show up as a victim of a crime.”
"We co-sponsored this letter to ensure that Missouri’s ranchers and farmers, an important component of Missouri's economy, aren't subjected to anticompetitive behavior."
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced Missouri is leveling a lawsuit against the Chinese government over the COVID-19 epidemic.
Nearly 500 rape kits have been sent off for testing, but the ongoing coronavirus pandemic could slow the progress already made.