“But obviously this has been a statewide, nationwide, worldwide challenge that governments at all levels have been responding to. It has been a tremendous focus of this office since early last year.”
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The Governor’s Office approved an extension of the allocation of funds from the state’s Coronavirus Relief Fund to support Missourians wishing to serve or currently serving as substitute teachers.
Missouri Technology Corporation’s board of directors announced Dr. Dedric Carter has been appointed by Gov. Mike Parson to serve as chairman of the board.
"Involved citizens are important allies in this fight. Together, we can spotlight public corruption and help put a stop to it."
"Finding the time to step back and thoroughly understand and evaluate all options is key for successfully implementing Medicaid expansion."
Two bills meant to financially assist Missourians fostering and adopting children were perfected by the Missouri House Monday afternoon.
Former U.S. Congressman Russ Carnahan is joining international law firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner in a leadership role.
A sweeping police reform bill, seeking to increase accountability among officers and departments across the state, garnered support from law enforcement organizations during a committee hearing Monday.
As an extra layer of safety, legislation was brought before a House committee Monday seeking to add a marshal service in the General Assembly.