Missouri clean energy advocates say focusing on efficiency and reducing the demand for power could be key to navigating future extreme storms.
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“I pray that the U.S. Supreme Court makes the right decision, but while it may decide what is constitutional and what is not, it does not decide what is moral and what is right and what is just."
Local governments in St. Louis County have outdated and redundant building codes on the books, according to a new report.
"It is my hope that the legislature will pass this crucial legislation to improve education for millions of children across the state."
Attorney General Eric Schmitt said the order was "significant" for health care facilities that had concerns the vaccine mandate could lead to even greater staffing shortages and potential closures.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt and several agriculture leaders made their voices heard as the federal government considers new labeling standards for manufactured meats.
"We are concerned that implementation of these federal vaccine mandates will cause Missouri’s long-term care facilities to lose their status as federal contractors with the VA and jeopardize the well-being of our veterans."
Economists told lawmakers Monday broadband investments were key to keeping college graduates and remote workers in Missouri.
"We are committed to doing what we can at the state level to fix this crisis and to get us back on track, but we need the federal government to get on board or get out of the way."