The Senate Interim Committee on Illegal Immigration conducted its second meeting to examine varying aspects of illegal immigration in Missouri.
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According to the federal state drought tracker, around 50% of Missouri is experiencing a moderate drought with over half of that 50% experiencing a severe drought. The drought spreads from Oregon to Boone Counties, covering a vast swath of the state.
On Thursday night, four candidates running in the Republican primary for Congressional District (CD) 4 took to the stage at the University of Central Missouri's Warrensburg campus. The four candidates are hoping to replace Rep. Vicky Hartzler in the U.S. House of Representatives.
The explosive rise in demand for fireworks around July 4 and the precise time-frame in which to sell patriotic pyrotechnics means that the struggling supply chain has often left fireworks retailers with their stock snuffed out.
Altogether, the total number of unemployed Missourians dropped from 103,605 in April to 96,446 in May, a difference of 7,159.
"We live in a connected world where broadband is no longer a luxury, but rather a necessity, much like electricity."
"The bottom line is that our supply chain is not nearly as resilient as we once thought."
Missouri has recovered more than 95 percent of the jobs lost during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Missouri Chamber’s latest quarterly economic report.
"Costs for farmers’ basic inputs like fertilizer and seed have gone up as much as, or in some cases more than, gasoline."