Attorney General Eric Schmitt has leveled lawsuits over multiple federal COVID-19 vaccination mandates, challenges he said were vital to determining what America would look like moving forward.
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The school districts were flagged as part of the attorney general's request for information from parents.
“They’ve paid a tremendous debt to this country by serving our nation in the armed forces, so we want to make sure we’re taking care of them.”
"While this is a huge concern for our agency, we have no options but to follow the orders of the Missouri attorney general at this time."
"Parents are sick and tired of the stonewalling from their school districts, and so am I."
The PSC is set to consider a complaint case against the Empire District Gas Company over its handling of February’s cold snap next year.
Todd Hays was re-elected to another term as the Missouri Farm Bureau’s vice president during its annual meeting Tuesday.
Pre-filing for next session began Wednesday, with several bills on utility regulation, safety, and clean energy generation on deck for 2022.
"While this is good news and we feel confident in our ability to provide reliable natural gas service to our St. Louis customers through this winter heating season, we’ll turn our focus to the long-term certificate for the pipeline."
St. Louis is suing the state over a new public safety law creating a “Law Enforcement Bill of Rights,” alleging it is unconstitutional.