Pre-filing began with a bevy of legislation tackling vaccine mandates, critical race theory in education, and law enforcement.
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"It is my hope that the legislature will pass this crucial legislation to improve education for millions of children across the state."
The exhibit was supposed to be in the Capitol museum from the end of August until December but was removed on Sept. 1.
"This brings justice — finally — to a man who has tragically suffered so greatly as a result of this wrongful conviction."
"Joining the YMCA team was not only a natural fit for my career, it is like coming home."
With an influx of federal infrastructure dollars on its way, public transportation providers are awaiting a substantial investment.
"It’s an exciting time in the broadband space, and I’m looking forward to seeing how all these funds and grants get us closer to bridging the digital divide in Missouri."
Rep. Rory Rowland is the ranking minority member of the House Financial Institutions Committee.
The Missouri State Library is the first in the nation to offer an online accredited high school completion program to adult residents.
Missouri’s behavioral health providers are struggling under a rash of illnesses and demand during the pandemic, providers told lawmakers.