After almost a decade of fighting to protect our property rights, Missouri farmers and ranchers are finally on the verge of a real victory.
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The common conclusion among those in Missouri who actually work with Missouri’s open records law is that it needs fixing, but not for the reasons that are being discussed.
Last week, a majority of the Missouri Senate (18 to 15) passed SB 798 to expand benefits of the food stamp program, SNAP.
I see self-interested, career politicians more focused on their next election than doing the job that “We the People” elected them to do. Unfortunately, there is no longer much difference between the dysfunction in Washington DC and the dysfunction in Jefferson City.
To be frank, small businesses have very few tools to help drive healthcare costs down. And the Missouri Legislature could be on the verge of taking one of those tools away, which will be disastrous for small businesses and manufacturers across the Show Me State.
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, there have been many conversations about healthcare and federal health policy.
HB 1814 empowers Missouri families to send their children to the best school possible.
"As a lifelong Missouri voter, I want to be able to go to the polls in November knowing my vote is secure and that it will be fairly counted."
"If a project does serve a public need, landowners should be treated fairly for the involuntary seizure of their property."