Legislation would open doors for Missouri farmers to grow a new...

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Ryan Semke used to be against industrial hemp and now he is one of Missouri’s farmers wanting to grow the...

Senate utility bill filibuster returns, compromise apparently no longer standing

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Anyone who thought that the previous week’s filibuster and subsequent compromise would be the end of the issue of Sen....

Marriage age bill encounters resistance during perfection

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Opponents of establishing a minimum age to get married in Missouri called the legislation unnecessary government intervention and said it...

Mr. Haahr returns from Washington, D.C. after attending President’s infrastructure rollout

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – As the Missouri House of Representatives returned to session on Monday afternoon, one member of the body was noticeably absent...

Moon’s bill seeks to refund sales tax from assessments, Budget Committee...

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The House Budget Committee continues pushing forward in their review of the state’s funding and departmental requests, but a short...

Syringe access bill gets bipartisan support in House

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A bill, given initial approval by the House, enabling health care institutions to distribute free, clean needles hits close to...

Franks Jr. recognized by BET as one of “The Disruptors”

Franks honored nationally for his community activism and civil service JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – In honor of Black History Month, BET Network (Black Entertainment Television)...

Police pensions predicament in St. Louis heads to Jefferson City

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A lot can change in one year’s time, especially in the political realm. But some are pointing to new legislation...

Gregory’s audit of Department of Revenue highlights $36 million in cost-savings

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Rep. David Gregory has been a man with a mission since being elected to office, and it seems that the...

Senate tax plan moves forward, Greitens’ version stalled

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Sen. Bill Eigel can breathe a short sigh of relief as the Senate Ways and Means committee voted to pass...

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