"No one did the job as professionally and competently, and in more troubled waters, than the outgoing commissioner, Sarah Steelman."
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The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a request from the Spire STL Pipeline to preserve its service through the winter months Friday.
Sen. Mike Cierpiot and chief of staff Michelle Pleus were honored by Evergy this week for their work on securitization legislation.
The Fair Maps Missouri Coalition has put together a competition for Missourians to draw their own congressional and legislative maps.
The PSC approved several natural gas companies’ efforts to mitigate the impact of February’s cold snap on customers this week.
Some Republican legislators are preparing to resume the push for eminent domain reform in the statehouse next session.
The PSC is allowing Ameren Missouri to lease a section of unused fiber to another company seeking to expand broadband coverage.
A judge said Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas and the city council violated the law when redistributing part of the police department’s budget.
Senate Majority Leader Caleb Rowden asked the MSBA to clarify its position on a national response to conflicts with school districts.
The Spire STL Pipeline team is calling on the U.S. Supreme Court to grant it more time to provide service to the St. Louis region.