"Each of the tort bills filed last session would drastically undermine Seventh Amendment rights in order to protect wrongdoers."
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Just a few days after the St. Francois Health Center passed a mask mandate, it appears ready to walk back certain components, including fines and criminal penalties.
SJR 39, proposed by Republican Sen. Dan Hegeman, would have reformed the existing court plan to allow the governor more choices in selecting replacement judges.
Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) dismissed an objection to virtual testimony in an Evergy Missouri West case.
"It should not be so challenging to access the medication that patients need."
"When a school or business is deciding when to reopen, they should not have to factor in fear of litigation for trying to serve the community."
As the controversy around the McCloskeys continues, Sen. Karla May says she would fight a concurrent jurisdication provision if it were proposed.
Gov. Mike Parson signed SB 591, a bill bringing sweeping changes to how punitive damages are assessed in Missouri, Wednesday.
At this time, there is no evidence to indicate the affected patients were aware the physician listed was not the physician who met with them.