Stakeholders pack hearing room for Hoskins’ video lottery bill

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — In an overflowing Senate hearing room, stakeholders laid out their arguments for and against implementing a video lottery terminal system....

Standing-room-only hearing discusses expanding charter schools

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missourians from across the state came to Jefferson City to share their stories, their experiences, and their recommendations on the...

Bill aimed at combatting sex trafficking heading to Senate

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A measure aimed at combating sex trafficking and protecting minors is continuing to move forward, having received one chamber’s stamp...

Swan presents bill establishing Fast-Track Workforce Incentive Grant program

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A plan to launch a grant program for adults seeking to further their education in high demand jobs received bipartisan...

Bill aimed at protecting minors, combatting sex trafficking moves out of House committee

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missourians from across the state attended a standing-room-only committee hearing to voice their support for a bill that could wipe...

Policy panel rallies over school choice

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Educational panelists gathered on Wednesday night to promote school choice as session begins. Dr. James V. Shuls moderated a conversation between...

Medical marijuana: From voter approval to functioning industry

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The road to Missourians accessing medical marijuana for treatment of serious ailments has only just begun with the passage of...

NBA & MLB could see combined $1.7 billion from legalized sports betting

Major Sports Leagues Projected to Collectively Earn $4.2 Billion WASHINGTON – Annual revenues for Major League Baseball (MLB) and the National Basketball Association (NBA) may...

MHDC swears in new members, signs off on FY2019 budget

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – It’s been nearly a year since the last annual meeting of the Missouri Housing Development Commission, and on Friday, the...

National report shows progress in Missouri’s mission to provide high-speed internet to schools

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Show-Me State is making strides forward to provide high-speed internet access to schools, something Gov. Mike Parson is happy...

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