Sen. Cindy O’Laughlin wants to see FosterAdopt Connect, a nonprofit that helps both families and children throughout the fostering process, establish a presence in northeast Missouri.
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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.
Missouri’s Democratic leadership is applauding a U.S. Supreme Court decision expanding anti-discrimination laws, and hoping it sets a precedent for Missouri.
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.
A coalition of groups have signed a letter to Gov. Mike Parson asking him to veto a controversial criminal justice reform bill.
Missourians in rural areas are feeling ready to get out and move forward, according to Senate President Pro Tem Dave Schatz.