Missouri bars and restaurants can continue to sell mixed drinks to go through the end of the year.
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As the global coronavirus pandemic has spread, Gov. Mike Parson has issued 10 executive orders to mitigate COVID-19.
State law permits the sale of alcohol in its original packaging from companies with a valid liquor license, but it generally does not allow for the sale of mixed drinks for patrons to take away.
Our response to the all-rider motorcycle helmet repeal effort and the provision in SB 686 to do so is, “Let all those who pay have a say.”
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.
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.