A bill that would allow Missourians to carry concealed firearms on public transit was perfected in the lower chamber Wednesday.
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Following an extensive evaluation process, four qualified teams have been selected to compete for the contract to design and construct a new Missouri River Bridge on Interstate 70 near Rocheport.
"Giving a chance to kids stuck in a district that doesn’t meet their needs seems like a huge win for taxpayers and families."
“We are extremely appreciative of all the hard work, sacrifices, and rapid adjustments that are being made by our state and local partners to quickly get the vaccine into arms across our state.”
Ford is canceling operations at its Kansas City Assembly Plant for the week as winter storms bolster the need for natural gas in the area.
Gov. Mike Parson signed an executive order to temporarily relax hours of service limitations for fuel trucks for the next ten days.
"Allowing individual passengers to carry firearms on transit is not the answer to enhancing the safety and security of these systems."
"Our future is valuable — don’t destroy it, but protect it. We need leaders who will make us proud to be Missourians again."
“By giving taxpayers the option to obtain a rebate, we can strike a balance that generates the funding we need while also protecting taxpayers who don’t want to see their tax bill go up.”
MoDOT held a virtual open house to provide more information about its planned replacement of the Rocheport bridge Tuesday evening.