Missouri Western District Senior Judge Nanette Laughrey recalls facing her in a case before the nation’s highest court. And it was one Ginsburg used to advocate for women’s voices.
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"Each of the tort bills filed last session would drastically undermine Seventh Amendment rights in order to protect wrongdoers."
Gov. Mike Parson activated the Missouri National Guard “as a precautionary measure” as protests have broken out across the country after a grand jury declined to indict Louisville police officers on charges directly related to the death of Breonna Taylor.
"We need to keep moving forward to provide a modern, safe framework for evaluating both plant and animal genetic advancements."
Most of Missouri’s elected executive branch, including those who recently campaigned with the governor, have tested negative for COVID-19 on Wednesday.
Missouri’s seven Gold Star Schools for 2020 have also been recognized as U.S. Department of Education National Blue Ribbon Schools.
The audit recommended better strategic planning in awarding TIF incentives and improvements to policies meant to control costs and ensure transparency.
"Our health care system, which is currently facing the strain of a global pandemic, needs all the resources it can get."