The recent announcement of the resignation of St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner was certainly welcome news.
Posts published in “Public Safety and Health”
In an era of declining rural health care elsewhere around Missouri, a hospital in Hannibal is planning to expand to Kirksville and compete with an existing facility there, which some fear could endanger the financial viability of both.
Letter to the Editor: County health board elections should focus on qualifications, not politics as usual
“Is the patient a Democrat or a Republican?” That’s not a question anyone would want to hear their doctor ask at a clinic; it’s absurd and inappropriate.
Missouri as of late has been looking overseas for new opportunities, both diplomatically and economically.
Empower Missouri held a press conference earlier this week in order to bring attention to the Clean Slate Campaign, which they are leading throughout the state.
Press Release: September 9 deadline approaching for St. Louis area flood victims to apply for Disaster Unemployment Assistance
The Missouri Department of Labor’s Division of Employment Security will accept applications for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) through September 9, 2022.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt, now the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, has said he is committed to clearing the backlog.
"It's what the people want!" Paula Prentice, a volunteer with Legal Missouri 2022 and a board member for NORML KC, a non-profit cannabis reform group, said. "People were happy, happy to sign, happy to get medical options."
The AgriStress Help hotline is a “free and confidential service available to Missouri producers and rural families seeking mental health support."
The Senate Interim Committee on Illegal Immigration conducted its second meeting to examine varying aspects of illegal immigration in Missouri.