The Missouri Legislature gave final approval for a bipartisan effort to add oversight to unlicensed reform schools Thursday afternoon.
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Scott Sifton was one of the first people to jump into the race, even before Senator Roy Blunt announced he would not seek re-election.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt is taking the fight over COVID-19 shutdowns and health restrictions to St. Louis County.
Despite passing both chambers last week, a program establishing a new education savings account (ESA) program may see further changes.
Rep. Jim Murphy announced his candidacy for House Speaker Pro Tem Tuesday, promising to be a “liaison and voice of the caucus.”
Ameren Missouri is expanding its solar energy generation across the state through its Neighborhood Solar Program, beginning in St. Louis.
Language allowing Springfield to establish a land bank to manage property is making its way through the legislature at the end of session.
A complex utility reform bill is awaiting action in the lower chamber after a lengthy perfection process and bipartisan input in the Senate.