Members of the Missouri branch of the American Academy of Pediatrics (MOAAP) has laid out its advocacy agenda for this legislative session — with a big focus on immunizations.
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David Martin, a community activist in Kansas City, announced he is running for state Senate.
Missouri allows the death penalty — by lethal injection or gas — which is overseen by the Department of Corrections.
The Missouri House has passed a bill to the Senate that would establish a PDMP. Missouri is the only state to not have a statewide program.
Changes to how asbestos claims are handled isn’t a new topic for the General Assembly, but it’s one that hit the floor early this year.
Republican Joshua Barrett announced his campaign for state senator earlier this week.
It’s Sen. Jamilah Nasheed's final year in the General Assembly, but she isn’t slowing down. Instead, she’s whipping votes to get her “legacy legislation” out of a committee and onto the upper chamber’s floor.
Freshman Rep. Trish Gunby is taking years’ worth of activism experience with her to the Missouri state capitol.
A massive bill that would “fundamentally change” how punitive damage cases are assessed in Missouri stalled in the Senate after a nearly four-hour debate.
Flanked by industry experts, Sen. David Sater touted legislation aimed at providing greater transparency between the pharmaceutical industry and customers Tuesday.