The effort, spearheaded by state Reps. Shamed Dogan and Tracy McCreery, seeks to secure the release of Patty Prewitt after 34 years in prison.
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May told the Biblical story of Jesus healing a man who had been blind from birth. It’s a story of redemption and grace, she said.
It’s up to the General Assembly to change Missouri’s tax code to prevent the stimulus checks from being taxed by the state.
Missouri is now one of 10 states processing claims for those ineligible for regular unemployment benefits in the wake of COVID-19 through the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Program.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson is ready to gradually open the state, but he said “opening these businesses is going to look very different for a while.”
Gov. Mike Parson partially commuted Dimetrious Woods' prison sentence Wednesday after the Supreme Court found his release to be in error.
Gov. Mike Parson signed into law a pair of bills that will change licensing requirements for military spouses.
Lawmakers are right to think about the citizens of Missouri first, but before and after the COVID-19 pandemic, our state is going to need more workers, not less, to get our economy roaring back.
The Missouri Department of Social Services has officially applied for a waiver to allow individuals to purchase groceries online with SNAP benefits.
Through it all, especially when facing an employer who refuses to put our safety and our patients' safety above their bottom line, we need a collective voice to advocate for our patients and ourselves.