Senate campaign updates: money, challenges and coming events

Senate District 2  Chuck Gatschenberger (R) Raised this quarter: $ 51,641.56 Raised last quarter: $ 12,565.85 On challenges so far: “Getting everything together, you’re moving into another environment, a new...

Nixon’s food stamp proposal prompts closer look into Missouri’s food and hunger issues

ST. LOUIS — Gov. Jay Nixon filed a proposal with the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules that requires able-bodied 18 to 50-year-olds to be...

Smith announces full campaign team, co-chairmen

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — First-year Republican Congressman Jason Smith, who won his seat in a special election earlier this year, has named his co-chairmen...

Kelly could pursue Senate depending on Webber’s plans, but won’t run for House seat...

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Columbia Democrat Rep. Chris Kelly will not seek reelection in his House district, he says, but that doesn't necessarily mean the...

Allegations surface about DoA work environment, Aycock turns down director spot

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Department of Agriculture is under fire after allegations of a “hostile work environment” appear to have led to the...

Rocky Miller in full recovery from stroke, calls it a “blessing in disguise”

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Rep. Rocky Miller, R-Osage Beach, is calling his stroke just over a week ago a “blessing in disguise.” After several days...

Kelly speaks to Show-Me Cannabis town hall, expresses support of legalization efforts

MOBERLY, Mo. — During a Show-Me Cannabis town hall meeting Tuesday night, Rep. Chris Kelly, D-Columbia, expressed his support of the legalization of marijuana...

Catanese: Rubio still leads the money chase

Marco Rubio’s had a rough six months. He’s been whipsawed by the right for his efforts on immigration reform.  His standing in the race for...

Column: McGaugh discusses pertinent issues for the coming session

By Rep. Joe Don McGaughn, R-Carrollton The upcoming legislative session remains several months away but legislators whose wheelhouse revolves around agricultural issues have remained active....

Politicians, citizens stand against federal shutdown at Missouri park

ST. LOUIS — State politicians joined nearly 100 people today — citizens and veterans — to take a stance against the federal shutdown at...

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