A small group of demonstrators gathered outside the Christopher S. Bond Courthouse in Jefferson City to protest a federal execution Tuesday.
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Gov. Mike Parson said he will sign Missouri’s controversial crime reform bill, SB 600, into law after visitng the family of an injured police officer.
Liberty Alliance has announced a digital ad campaign to encourage Gov. Mike Parson to sign crime reform bill SB 600 into law.
SB 600, Missouri's controversial criminal reform bill that makes changes to sentencing and expands definitions of crimes, explained.
As Missouri is set to “fully reopen” Tuesday, the state's corrections and health departments issued guidance regarding visitation policies at its facilities.
Community leaders renewed their pleas for justice in the 2017 death of Tory Sanders Friday as national outrage over the death of George Floyd continues.
“Lessons learned and data collected from these four locations will enable us to refine and adjust our processes as we continue testing other prison sites across the state.”
The effort, spearheaded by state Reps. Shamed Dogan and Tracy McCreery, seeks to secure the release of Patty Prewitt after 34 years in prison.
The issue of not taxing internet sales in Missouri was a very important one to retailers and government agencies prior even to the COVID-19 pandemic.