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The PSC is set to consider a request from Ameren Transmission Company of Illinois to construct a transmission line running through Missouri.
The Missouri Supreme Court remanded the Medicaid expansion lawsuit, ruling the constitutional amendment did not violate state law.
About 100,000 Missourians registered for a COVID-19 vaccine incentive program less than 24 hours after it was announced, according to DHSS.
U.S. Senator Roy Blunt is working on a bill to allocate nearly $1.4 billion a year to local wildlife preservation efforts across the country.
Missouri is launching multiple incentive programs for Missourians who get vaccinated against COVID-19, state leaders announced Wednesday.
Sen. Lincoln Hough took to the national news this week to encourage Missourians to avoid misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines.
Missouri’s electric cooperatives urged lawmakers to increase funding for broadband as they continue to expand access for rural communities.
The PSC is reconsidering a previous Spire Missouri rate case after it was remanded by the Missouri Supreme Court.
Missouri AFL-CIO is launching an initiative meant to improve diversity, mental health, and economic opportunities for Missouri’s workforce.