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Missouri’s rape kit law — the measure adding greater protections for sexual assault victims signed by Gov. Mike Parson earlier this year — is facing legal questions over its constitutionality.
Missouri’s elected officials may be seeing an increase in pay over the next two years after a state commission suggested the raises.
With the extraordinary session stalled until after Thanksgiving, here’s a look at the budget as it stands so far in the process.
The Missouri Senate has postponed the ongoing extraordinary session due to COVID-19 cases among its members and staff.
The Missouri Legislature has added COVID-19 liability protections to its agenda during the extraordinary session.
Gov. Mike Parson officially expanded the call of the ongoing special session to include COVID liability Thursday.
Missouri’s Legislative Black Caucus named Rep. Ashley Bland Manlove as its new chairperson Tuesday.
After meeting with Senate and House leadership this week, Gov. Mike Parson said lawmakers will be “moving forward with” expanding the extraordinary session to address COVID liability issues.
House majority leadership announced its intention to consider the physical and sexual abuse allegations leveled against Rick Roeber.