Senate hears proposal changing minimum wage requirements for private schools

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Senate Government Reform Committee heard legislation this week that would exempt private schools from a minimum wage increase. HB...

This Week in the PSC: April 17, 2019

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Public Service Commission approved a handful of orders on its agenda this week as a state Senate committee considered...

Corsi resigns as head of DSS, takes position with faith-based non-profit

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — After less than two years at the helm of the Missouri Department of Social Services, Dr. Steve Corsi has resigned...

Attorney general awards dozens of medical centers for compliance with rape kits

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Attorney Gen. Eric Schmitt has awarded more than four dozen of the state’s hospitals and medical centers that are in...

Senate passes St. Louis City-County merger resolution despite conservatives’ effort to block vote

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Senate adopted a nonbinding resolution opposing a statewide vote or legislative mandate on a potential merger of St....

House votes to remove residency requirement for attorney general

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri’s top law official would no longer be required to live in Jefferson City, under a proposal endorsed by the...

House moves forward with bill limiting use of eminent domain

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri House has given approval to a bill that would prevent private companies from using eminent domain. On Tuesday, during...

Bill updating Missouri’s HIV laws moves out of committee

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Two months after a public hearing, legislation updating Missouri’s HIV statutes is working its way through the House. This week,...

Animal health startup selects Kansas City, Missouri, for headquarters

Press release KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Today animal health tech company Scollar, Inc., announced plans to relocate its headquarters from Silicon Valley to Kansas City,...

Missouri high court rules lawmakers unconstitutionally cut funding for specific executive branch employee

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Supreme Court has unanimously ruled lawmakers unconstitutionally eliminated funding for the salary of an administrative law judge.   The...

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