The Missouri Legislature gave final approval for a bipartisan effort to add oversight to unlicensed reform schools Thursday afternoon.
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Missouri is one step closer to joining the rest of the country in enacting a sales tax on online purchases, commonly known as a Wayfair tax.
"The Missouri Legislature can no longer allow a small group of trial lawyers to bully our local business owners."
The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) allocated more than $50 million for workforce grants for Missouri teachers.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt is taking the fight over COVID-19 shutdowns and health restrictions to St. Louis County.
Gov. Mike Parson moved to cut federal pandemic-related unemployment benefits, arguing the move would encourage more Missourians to get back into the workforce.
After a decade of conversation in the statehouse, an effort to establish a statewide PDMP made it across the legislative finish line Tuesday.
The Missouri House passed an amendment that would extend the state’s federal reimbursement allowance (FRA) through the next year.
Here's a look at the federal challenges leveled by Eric Schmitt in his role as Missouri's attorney general.