Schmitt announces Missouri FIRST initiative to help small businesses and farmers

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Missouri State Treasurer Eric Schmitt is back on the road this week, announcing the revamping of the state’s linked deposit program. Speaking...

Hill’s bill would standardize probation drug, alcohol testing

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Non-violent, misdemeanor offenders held to a stricter standard than those with felony convictions? Well, if Rep. Justin Hill, R-Lake St....

Great Plains files application, PSC sets intervention deadline

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Less than a week after being ordered to file an acquisition application by the Missouri Public Service Commission, Great Plains...

Court of Appeals grants stay in right-to-work referendum case, sets expedited schedule

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The ongoing battle over opponents’ attempt to block the new right-to-work in Missouri has taken another turn. One week ago, a...

Budget committee discusses messy managed care changes, DSS admits mistakes were made

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A new state policy regarding Medicaid’s managed care system is proving to be one of the most contentious and complicated...

Parson inducted into Missouri Farmers Care Hall of Fame

Columbia, Mo. – On January 6, 2018, Lieutenant Governor Mike Parson was inducted into the inaugural Missouri Farmers Care (MFC) Hall of Fame. MFC honored...

AFL-CIO delegates leave conference to stand with Black Lives Matter

ST. LOUIS – This year’s national convention of the AFL-CIO took an interesting turn when delegates left the convention to join activists from Black...

United for Missouri release new poll: Missourians support redistricting reform

On Wednesday, Carl Bearden, CEO of United for Missouri, released new polling that shows strong support for redistricting reform amongst Missouri voters. “My organization believes...

Release: Legislation Reflects Consumers’ Call for Rate Caps, Modernizing Missouri’s Energy Grid

JEFFERSON CITY – On Dec. 1, State Sen. Ed Emery, R-Lamar, will pre-file energy legislation for the upcoming 2018 Missouri legislative session. The bill...

Lawsuits and resignations: what you need to know ahead of the next Board of...

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – With each day, it seems that ongoing story of Gov. Eric Greitens’ attempt to oust Missouri State Board of Education...

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