Gov. Mike Parson signed the first bill of the session into law, providing more than $324 million to the Emergency Rental Assistance Program.
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A bill that would allow water and sewer companies to request rate changes more often is drawing a line between companies and consumer groups.
Missouri’s PSC denied a rehearing over the Consumer Council of Missouri’s request for a statewide moratorium on utility shut-offs Wednesday.
Missouri agencies are testing wastewater and sewer systems for traces of the COVID-19 virus as part of a new tracking project.
Missouri’s PSC agreed to waive its rules on in-person hearings for Ameren Transmission Company due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here’s a look at some of the ways Missouri’s utilities are assisting customers during the COVID-19 pandemic and the winter months.
After a year of discussion on local control, Rep. Ingrid Burnett is hoping to give communities authority over the use of plastic bags.
With Missouri’s Public Service Commission (PSC) approval, Spire Missouri can move up the start date for one of its COVID-19 relief programs.