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The Missouri 911 Board is putting $2 million toward modernizing systems across the state, bringing them in line with national standards.
After perfecting it during a lengthy debate earlier this week, the Missouri Senate voted to pass a controversial public safety bill Thursday.
“For now, we ask that vaccinators work in their communities to plan for March 15. We want this to be a smooth process, and it will be up to vaccinators to start planning now so that Tier 3 populations are ready.”
"Capping the Managed Care reimbursement rate to hospitals is just one reform that could save millions of dollars in taxpayer funds."
"Most other states have already taken steps to shield businesses and organizations from pandemic-related lawsuits."
The Missouri House third read and passed a bill proponents say would crack down on election fraud Wednesday.
Attorney Gen. Eric Schmitt said his Safer Streets Initiative, which was launched in 2019, has resulted in 516 charges against 289 defendants across the state.
Gov. Mike Parson joined other governors in urging the president to withdraw an executive order pausing oil and gas leases on federal land.
Rep. Andrew McDaniel abruptly adjourned his House Corrections and Public Institutions Committee Tuesday afternoon leaving some lawmakers confused.