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After perfecting it during a lengthy debate earlier this week, the Missouri Senate voted to pass a controversial public safety bill Thursday.
The Missouri House passed a controversial education bill to thunderous applause Thursday after a Republican representative flipped his vote.
The Missouri House is one step closer to progressing a controversial bill establishing an education savings account (ESA) program.
“Given the data, Missouri has already fallen behind on vaccine distribution to Black populations."
As winter storms grip the Midwest — and Texas faces millions of power outages — Missouri is trying to stay on top of the demand for energy.
Ford is canceling operations at its Kansas City Assembly Plant for the week as winter storms bolster the need for natural gas in the area.
As the Midwest faces snow and frigid temperatures this week, Missouri utilities are advising customers to cut down on energy usage.
Despite being a new legislator this session, Rep. Maggie Nurrenbern is no stranger to the statehouse or collaboration across the aisle.