Unions crowd Capitol for Right-to-Work hearings

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The same day that conservative mouthpiece Ed Martin announced he would not be returning as Chairman of the Missouri Republican...

Newly elected black caucus leadership to focus on criminal justice reform

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Legislative Black Caucus elected new leaders on Thursday, putting Rep. Steven Roberts at the helm. Two incoming representatives were also...

Senate returns for special session, postpones vote on abortion bill

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The first day back in session after nearly a month off proved to accomplish little more than exercising oratory skills. The...

Nasheed calls for state of emergency in St. Louis due to gun violence

ST. LOUIS – Sen. Jamilah Nasheed wants a state of emergency called in St. Louis due to homicide. In a letter sent to Gov. Mike...

House elections task force releases report on St. Louis County issues

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A House task force assigned to look into the election issues in St. Louis County earlier this month gave Speaker...

Session gets underway, questions about Board appointments arise

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The first day of the legislative session has concluded, and Missouri lawmakers are primed to once again take up debate...

Rowden formally kicks off state senate campaign

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Rep. Caleb Rowden officially kicked off his campaign for the 19th state senate district today with a press release and campaign...

After nearly 23,000 Missouri children lose temporary public assistance, Sen. Jake Hummel and Rep....

Since 2016, Missouri has saved zero dollars while tens of thousands of children have been removed from temporary assistance programs, new data shows JEFFERSON CITY,...

Roeber’s charter school bill packs hearing room

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — In a three-hour-long hearing, the House Elementary and Secondary Education Committee heard droves of testimony from nearly every perspective regarding...

Brattin presents stand your ground law to Emerging Issues

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The first of two “stand your ground” measures has been heard in a House committee. Rep. Rick Brattin, R-Harrisonville, presented...

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