Rone says ‘in the Bootheel, a deal is a deal’ on special session language

NEW MADRID, Mo. — As anticipation builds toward Monday at 4:00 p.m. when the Gov. Eric Greitens has set for a special legislative session to...

Munzlinger to pre-file legislation to add a new crop to Missouri’s fields

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Tomorrow, Sen. Brian Munzlinger will pre-file legislation to add legal industrial hemp to the list of crops that Missouri farmers...

Collateral source, expert witness standard bills heard in special committee

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Two of the most impact tort reform bills of this legislative session got hearings in the House Special Committee on...

PDMP Autopsy: How Rehder’s bill failed to make it to Greitens’ desk

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Before he became the target of dark money attack ads from A New Missouri Inc., before he got into a...

Release: State Board Grants Provisional Accreditation to Normandy Schools Collaborative

  The State Board of Education voted today to classify the Normandy Schools Collaborative as provisionally accredited following several years of improvement in the district....

Bootheel jobs bill passes House committees with ease

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The legislature’s crusade to bring an estimated 500 jobs to the bootheel is moving forward in the State Capitol as...

Reiboldt aims to clarify animal trespass bill

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Not all legislation that makes it past the General Assembly is flawless as Missourians found out with the livestock trespass...

Miller’s utility bill looks to benefit customers and utilities

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Rep. Rocky Miller and the House Committee on Utilities are one of the few committees who have not met yet,...

Greitens poised to call special session on abortion

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Rumors abound that Gov. Eric Greitens will call the second extraordinary session of his first year in office to strike down...

Missouri’s Reported Human Trafficking Cases Increased in 2017 

Polaris releases annual National Human Trafficking Hotline data; 13% jump in cases nationwide WASHINGTON, D.C. (March 14, 2018)—Cases of human trafficking reported from Missouri to...

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