Hough moved SB 3 and SB 5 be combined into one bill and then moved to perfection. He also moved for the adoption of it.
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The Missouri Department of Labor’s Division of Employment Security will accept applications for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) through September 9, 2022.
Jefferson City, Mo. — Gov. Mike Parson will bring the Missouri General Assembly into Jefferson City on Sep. 6 to work on multiple tax-related pieces of…
Attorney General Eric Schmitt, now the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, has said he is committed to clearing the backlog.
"It was a real wet spring, all the crops were late getting in ... about a month late," he said. "It's just been a rough year for farmers, we've seen the two extremes ... it's affected every farm around my area."
The cattle market is beginning to see some normalcy, something cattlemen have sorely missed the past few months. The recent rains have given hope to those who have not culled their herds yet.
"It's what the people want!" Paula Prentice, a volunteer with Legal Missouri 2022 and a board member for NORML KC, a non-profit cannabis reform group, said. "People were happy, happy to sign, happy to get medical options."
Over this past week, both the Department of Labor and the Department of Revenue have announced that victims of the floods in the St. Louis area will be eligible for certain forms of relief.
Despite boasting Missouri's number one crop in both acreage and monetary value, Missouri Soybeans hasn't had a major presence at the fair for several years. That will change this time around, MoSoy will have its own set-up in the "Mizzou building" at the state fair.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has awarded nearly $2.4 million in financial assistance to the city of St. James for upgrades to its wastewater treatment system.