"Planning is put in jeopardy when federal tax codes are changed by people thousands of miles away who don’t understand the impact on farmers."
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Kansas City plans to bolster its EV infrastructure with chargers built into light poles along its streets.
The General Assembly may need to become involved in school mask mandates in the future, Gov. Mike Parson said.
State Rep. Kurtis Gregory trotted away from the Missouri State Fair’s celebrity draft horse hitch show with the prize.
"I’m excited about this opportunity and the chance to bring everything I’ve learned with me into this next chapter."
"We expect this investment to increase broadband internet connectivity and access in every corner of the state for hundreds of thousands of Missourians."
"It’s no secret that the government can be slow to adopt best practices, but when the need for reform is so apparent, it's high time we get a move on."
"We all want to provide good quality food at a sustainable price while building strong and healthy people and communities."
The PSC approved a slight rate increase for Evergy Missouri West customers to recover a year’s worth of under-collections.
With the State Fair about to begin, Missourians are ready to get back to their favorite fair foods — and elected officials are no exception.