Dubbed “historical and transformational” by Cabinet officials, Gov. Mike Parson’s recommended budget includes multiple one-time projects, investments in state workers, and higher education grants.
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"Missouri is open for business, and business is good. The rest of the nation is taking notice, and companies are looking to our state for their future business expansions."
The task force summarizes its findings and provides potential solutions related to workforce, supply chain, access to resources, broadband, and support for minority- and women-owned businesses.
"Moving ahead, 2022 must then be a year that charts a path for where our economy goes next."
The Missouri Municipal League designated 25 local government leaders as MML Certified Municipal Officials through a training program in 2021.
Gov. Mike Parson first issued a state of emergency on March 13, 2020, after COVID-19 reached Missouri.
Here’s a look at where COVID-19 tests, including free options sponsored by the state and federal government, are available in Missouri.
The Auditor’s Office found the Missouri State Highway Patrol to be in compliance with state statutes governing the use of highway funds.
"I know I’m inheriting a great team at the Department of Revenue, and together we will continue to work to ensure Missourians get the kind of customer service they deserve."
The former Union Hotel, now a part of the Jefferson Landing State Historic Site, served as the Amtrak station in Jefferson City until it was closed after a structural inspection in 2019.