Court fees can be waived for honorably discharged veterans under a proposal included in this year’s bipartisan criminal justice bill.
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Following a nationwide increase in catalytic converter thefts, a bill signed into law Tuesday seeks to discourage the crime in Missouri.
"In spite of Ernest Lee Johnson’s guilt, we must respect his constitutional rights."
Attorney General Eric Schmitt is accusing Google of violating antitrust laws and limiting customer choice in a lawsuit filed this week.
Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) denied Evergy Missouri’s applications to intervene in two rate adjustment cases this week.
Gov. Mike Parson signed a bill establishing COVID liability protections for businesses, religious organizations, and manufacturers Wednesday.
Missouri’s protection order regulations were altered under a bill allowing orders to be extended for life signed into law Tuesday.
Gov. Mike Parson signed bills altering Missouri’s PACE program, 065 arbitration process, and licensure for financial institutions.
The PSC met this week to approve more than $20 million in estimated expenses for the regulation of utilities for the 2022 fiscal year.