The PSC approved a request from Ameren Missouri to redirect more than $3 million to assist customers through the COVID-19 pandemic.
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NFIB is throwing its weight behind Attorney General Eric Schmitt’s legal challenge to the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act.
In the wake of the devastating winter storms earlier this year, KCI received a $2.4 million natural gas bill — but the city is pushing back.
Imperial-based health care regulatory compliance lawyer Kyle Haubrich is making a bid to replace term-limited Rep. Dan Shaul in 2022.
"I propose we protect our citizens’ right to privacy by prohibiting both government and corporate America’s ability to mandate these intrusive passports."
The Senate third read and passed a utility rate adjustment bill Thursday, quickly approving changes made over this week’s perfection debate.
Following a filibuster spanning the early morning hours, the Missouri Senate passed a House tort reform bill Wednesday.
The Missouri Senate perfected a change to rate adjustment policies for water and sewer utilities early Wednesday morning.
A bill seeking to encourage nuclear power generation in Missouri is moving forward in the House after its perfection Tuesday.
The EPA and U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) are honoring four Energy Star partners in Missouri with Partner of the Year awards this year.