With nearly a decade of politics behind him, Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick is no stranger to positions dealing with the state’s finances.
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Ford and General Motors are requiring masks for employees and visitors at Missouri facilities as COVID-19 cases surge across the state.
A bipartisan group of Springfield legislators is hosting a vaccination clinic next week in an effort to combat rising COVID-19 cases.
Sen. Lincoln Hough took to the national news this week to encourage Missourians to avoid misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines.
Missouri’s electric cooperatives urged lawmakers to increase funding for broadband as they continue to expand access for rural communities.
The PSC is reconsidering a previous Spire Missouri rate case after it was remanded by the Missouri Supreme Court.
Missouri AFL-CIO is launching an initiative meant to improve diversity, mental health, and economic opportunities for Missouri’s workforce.
A new commission will evaluate Missouri’s technological infrastructure and identify cybersecurity risks under a new law.
A bipartisan push to change Missouri’s parole system for those convicted as minors crossed the finish line with Gov. Mike Parson’s signature.
Two highways in St. Louis will be renamed in memory of David Dorn, a retired St. Louis police captain who was killed in 2020.