DHSS Director Donald Kauerauf continues to encourage those who are wary of the COVID-19 vaccine to consider it.
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Attorneys for the state focused on a provision preventing abortions based on a Down syndrome diagnosis in federal court Tuesday morning.
The LGBTQ history display remains absent from the Capitol, a situation Sen. Lincoln Hough said should have been handled very differently.
Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe is voicing his opposition to the Biden administration's proposed vaccination mandate amid calls for a special session.
Here’s a look at three avenues Missouri officials are exploring on the abortion issue and the effect the Texas law could have on them.
Donald Kauerauf was sworn in as the new director of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) Wednesday.
A campaign to legalize cannabis use in Missouri is emphasizing the use of new revenue to expunge cannabis-related criminal records.
"This money will provide desperately needed funding for treatment and recovery programs, as well as needed funding for law enforcement, drug courts, and other resources."
"This decision is ultimately led by science, which has shown us that vaccinations are the way we can end this pandemic."
More than 56,000 patients obtained medical marijuana licenses in Missouri last year, according to new information from DHSS.