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Amid a bevy of licensing reforms passed by the legislature this year, one measure would allow easier access to life-saving HIV medication.
Former Sen. Jamilah Nasheed said she was “honored to have been chosen to be part of the board.”
“This is an issue of great concern for agriculturists and all Missouri landowners, and we have a duty to provide them with certainty moving forward.”
With a renovation of the statehouse exterior finally completed, further improvements may be funded under a bill from Sen. Mike Bernskoetter.
An attempt to put the proposed gas tax increase on the ballot was rejected due to a technical error — but the group has already refiled.
The fallout over the FRA program in the Senate continues: Sen. Paul Wieland, in a letter to his Republican colleagues, advocated for new leadership ahead of next year.
Missouri communities could regulate the use of delivery robots under a bill passed by both chambers of the Missouri Legislature this session.