In the upper chamber, Dan Engemann had a strong focus on constituent services, and he is bringing his desire to help others to his new role with the Farm Bureau.
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Rep. David Tyson Smith is on a mission to continue the legislature’s work from last year on police and criminal justice reform.
"I know I’m inheriting a great team at the Department of Revenue, and together we will continue to work to ensure Missourians get the kind of customer service they deserve."
Electric and gas customers will see an increase on their bills beginning Feb. 28, 2022, increasing Ameren’s annual revenues for electric services by $220 million and gas by $5 million overall.
“It is imperative that abusers’ access to firearms be limited to protect domestic violence survivors.”
One attorney who represents two local health agencies said his clients are considering an appeal.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt said masking requirements could hamper social development for young children while vaccination requirements could harm the early education workforce.
"Local television stations play a unique and critical role in their communities, keeping viewers informed, entertained, and alerted in an emergency."
The PSC approved Empire District Electric Company’s first round of programs under Missouri’s clean energy investment policies Wednesday.
Rep. Bill Falkner will take over as chair of the House Local Government Committee next session, bringing years of experience to the position.