A Fenton church is suing various St. Louis County officials, alleging the current restrictions on gatherings infringe upon its First Amendment rights.
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"The biggest battle is getting this equipment in the first place since the demand is outstripping the supply."
Privacy protections are included in the bill.
Efforts to assist Americans in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic have gone from a collaborative effort across the aisle to a “partisan charade,” according to U.S. Congresswoman Ann Wagner.
PDMP legislation on the precipice of crossing the finish line this year appears to be caught in the crossfire between the House and Senate.
The Missouri General Assembly passed an omnibus health care bill — which includes coverage of COVID-19 testing — on the last day of session.
Here is all the floor activity in the House for Friday, May 15, 2020.
“When shenanigans like this are exposed, trust is eroded.”