"If politicians try to change the way these companies operate by enacting new laws and new rules, it will be devastating for Missouri small businesses."
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Here’s a look at how the PSC's Staff operates, what cases it takes on, and how it factors into the commission’s work.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt joined the DOJ and ten other state attorneys general in filing a federal antitrust lawsuit against Google.
Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft is working with national, state and local leaders to bolster the state’s defenses in the lead up to the Nov. 3 general election.
Today, Governor Mike Parson announced 11 broadband projects will receive $846,407 through round two of the state’s Emergency Broadband Investment Program.
Incumbent Gov. Mike Parson and Auditor Nicole Galloway traded barbs over COVID-19 during Friday’s gubernatorial debate.
Parson announced that 39 Missouri libraries were awarded more than $870,000 to help residents access high-speed internet.
Renew Missouri released a trio of educational videos to promote National Energy Efficiency Day Wednesday.
The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) Board of Education extended a rule change on its attendance policies through the remainder of the school year.