When St. Charles County Council called a meeting Friday to consider emergency bills pertaining to coronavirus, members of the public could not attend.
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The Missouri House passed a supplemental budget package which included $40 million in emergency funding to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
The Missouri House will not take up the full FY 2021 budget this week as originally planned amid coronavirus concerns.
This year, as the Senate stands adjourned for legislative spring break a full week early, the House Budget Committee is working to pass appropriation bills before taking its own break.
Missouri’s strategy for responding to COVID-19 is to identify those who are affected as quickly as possible and isolate them, the DHSS director said.
A licensing reform bill sitting in the Senate could mitigate a potential medical professional shortage brought on by coronavirus in Missouri, Rep. Derek Grier said.
The General Assembly put a stop to a Department of Natural Resources (DNR) commission’s plan to increase certain hazardous waste generator fees.
The Missouri Senate is canceling session a week before the legislative spring break out of caution as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread across the country.