The display, “Making History: Kansas City and the Rise of Gay Rights,” was meant to be in the Capitol from the end of August until December.
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"This is the time to fight back against 'federal power grabs and government overreach that threatens to limit our freedoms.'"
"Missouri will not be a pawn in this publicity stunt that seeks to force Missourians to disclose private health care decisions and dictate private business operations."
Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe is voicing his opposition to the Biden administration's proposed vaccination mandate amid calls for a special session.
Conservatives are upping the pressure for a special session to stymie the Biden administration’s proposed COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
"I hope it will be a priority for the legislature and our governor next year.”
The U.S. Department of Commerce is investing $613,750 in coronavirus relief funds to Missouri to bolster its broadband infrastructure.
Rep. Jamie Burger informed his colleagues that he would vie for the assistant majority floor leader position in an email.
The Missouri State Council of Fire Fighters and IAFF Local 2665 have backed Rep. David Gregory’s campaign for state auditor.
The LGBTQ history exhibit that was relocated from the Missouri Capitol is receiving widespread support and calls for it to be moved back.