The Senate Interim Committee on Illegal Immigration conducted its second meeting to examine varying aspects of illegal immigration in Missouri.
Posts published in “Regulations”
"With the extreme supply chain volatility and inflation we are struggling with, we need more flexibility, not increased regulation and costs."
A recent ruling by FERC led to a PSC decision that has forced Spire into a new rate case after the current rate structure went into effect on Dec. 23.
"Costs for farmers’ basic inputs like fertilizer and seed have gone up as much as, or in some cases more than, gasoline."
"Rather than tying them in regulatory knots, St. Louis should get out of their hair and let them work."
"Innovators build their companies where they know they’ll be treated fairly, and a regulatory sandbox is a way to give new business models a fair chance to grow."
"You and I do not believe that business owners' desire is to be co-opted into an enforcement agency."
The lawsuits list parents as well as Attorney General Eric Schmitt as plaintiffs.
The Attorney General's Office said it will file lawsuits against the school districts this week.
"It’s about landowners’ rights to harvest deer on their land free of charge."