The Supreme Court of Missouri upheld the legislature’s authority to limit non-economic damages in medical negligence cases Thursday.
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The PSC is set to consider a request from Ameren Transmission Company of Illinois to construct a transmission line running through Missouri.
Missouri’s electric cooperatives urged lawmakers to increase funding for broadband as they continue to expand access for rural communities.
"The PRO Act would wipe 'right-to-work' off the map and support the will of the people."
The PSC is reconsidering a previous Spire Missouri rate case after it was remanded by the Missouri Supreme Court.
Missouri AFL-CIO is launching an initiative meant to improve diversity, mental health, and economic opportunities for Missouri’s workforce.
Court fees can be waived for honorably discharged veterans under a proposal included in this year’s bipartisan criminal justice bill.
Renew Missouri is joining groups across the country to push for federal funding to help rural communities transition to clean energy.
A bill signed into law Wednesday offers new liability protections for Missouri landowners and campground operators.
A new law restricts school boards and districts from using public funds on elections, a move proponents said would protect taxpayers.