Missouri’s Democratic leadership is applauding a U.S. Supreme Court decision expanding anti-discrimination laws, and hoping it sets a precedent for Missouri.
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The best thing that people whose minds are opening up to the issues that the black community faces can do is to reach out, according to Frank White.
The reforms would need to be done legislatively, but Rep. Steve Roberts is gathering information and attempting to glean support from the other side of the aisle in the interim.
Members of Missouri’s Black Caucus are taking the lead in protests around their communities, according to House Minority Leader Crystal Quade.
James Shackelford is running to serve the Kansas City Northland in the Missouri House.
I asked our readers, reporters, subscribers, and some former legislators to give us their perspectives on who came out of this historically bizarre session a winner.
A Fenton church is suing various St. Louis County officials, alleging the current restrictions on gatherings infringe upon its First Amendment rights.
"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.