Columbia Rep. David Tyson Smith joined the push to remove a mural depicting an “ugly past” from the Boone County courthouse this week.
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A new Illinois law could bring the Grain Belt Express project one step closer to construction, according to parent company Invenergy.
Rep. Dave Griffith is joining veterans’ groups in the push for the use of land from a Jefferson City park to expand a veterans cemetery.
Attorneys for the state focused on a provision preventing abortions based on a Down syndrome diagnosis in federal court Tuesday morning.
The LGBTQ history display remains absent from the Capitol, a situation Sen. Lincoln Hough said should have been handled very differently.
Internet providers said one of the biggest obstacles to investing in broadband infrastructure was inadequate coverage mapping.
"As long as I can push that button on the floor, I’m doing my job 100 percent. I do know what’s going on in the Capitol, and that’s what my constituents want."
It was a katzenjammer about rules, traditions, and the powers of the executive branch that further divided an already fracturing Republican Senate.
Federal vaccine mandates could have a "chilling" effect on Missouri businesses and health care facilities, representatives from multiple industries said.