Gov. Mike Parson joined a nationwide celebration by proclaiming National FFA Week in Missouri after driving a tractor to the Capitol.
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Gov. Mike Parson outlined his agriculture policy goals for the year Thursday, focusing on technology and increasing energy demands.
A bill seeking to permanently allow Missouri businesses to sell mixed drinks to go saw bipartisan approval on the House floor Wednesday.
A bipartisan push to forgive unemployment overpayments during the COVID-19 pandemic is moving forward in the lower chamber.
“We are extremely appreciative of all the hard work, sacrifices, and rapid adjustments that are being made by our state and local partners to quickly get the vaccine into arms across our state.”
Here’s a look at what we know about the overpayments and what the Special Committee on Government Oversight recommended after concluding its public hearing.
Leadership in both chambers of the Missouri Legislature signed a supplemental budget bill from House Budget Chair Rep. Cody Smith Tuesday.
A bill that would pause caps on tuition increases for the next five years is seeing contention in the lower chamber.
St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson called on the state’s chief executive to supply more pharmacies in her city with the COVID-19 vaccine Friday.