Gov. Mike Parson announced that nearly $125 million from the CARES Act will go toward workforce development and higher education initiatives.
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The Associated Industries of Missouri (AIM) PAC announced its endorsement of Gov. Mike Parson on Wednesday, praising his focus on workforce development and education.
Gov. Mike Parson signed a pair of bills into law on Monday expanding license reciprocity and funding for Missouri FIRST.
The governor announced nearly $50 million in CARES Act funds will go towards expanding Missouri’s broadband infrastructure during Thursday's press briefing.
Clean energy employment rates have seen massive decrease during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Clean Jobs Midwest 2020 report.
The need for a statewide remedy to increase access to reliable internet was evident in a report on Missouri colleges' switch to remote learning.
Missouri’s DSS has announced home energy funding assistance for low-income families as part of the second phase of Missouri’s reopening plan.
The Paycheck Protection Program gave my business and millions of others a running start into the post-pandemic economy.
Former state Sen. Jake Hummel was unanimously elected to lead the Missouri AFL-CIO as its next president Tuesday.
Missouri is now one of 10 states processing claims for those ineligible for regular unemployment benefits in the wake of COVID-19 through the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Program.