"This type of retaliation is why African American teachers are silenced. They see things and can’t speak up because they know this is what will happen."
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Here’s a look at how Missouri — and in particular, the state government — has responded to the global coronavirus pandemic.
Susan Klein, the executive director of Missouri Right to Life, said the endorsements this year were made unanimously by the board.
A new bill set to be introduced for next year’s legislative session by Rep. Ron Hicks would allow the state to punish police officers for “abuses of force.”
Missouri state Sen. Bob Onder joined the Thomas More Society as an expert witness in the New York case.
The best way for leaders to make a difference when it comes to issues in the Black community is to be informed, according to Missouri Sen. Brian Williams.
SB 600, Missouri's controversial criminal reform bill that makes changes to sentencing and expands definitions of crimes, explained.
“The city has been taken advantage of. But we’re still here and trying to rebuild.”
The POST Commission can set the minimum hours of needed basic training for peace officers and set the standards for the basic training of peace officers.