With the 2021 legislative session officially underway, 065 agreements are expected to be a topic of conversation in the year ahead.
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There have been 438,840 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Missouri and 6,256 deaths.
Sen. Karla May spoke out against last week’s censure of Rep. Wiley Price, calling it “hypocrisy” from Republican leadership in the House.
"During these unprecedented times, Missouri small business owners should not have to worry about the threat of potentially bankrupting litigation."
As the special election for HD 45 draws nearer, three Democratic candidates are making their bid to represent Columbia in the lower chamber.
Just one week into this year's legislative session, Missouri House leadership announced it would be pausing the lawmaking process.
The first tier of Phase 1B of the COVID-19 vaccine distribution effort began Thursday, opening the vaccine to first responders and more.
"We cannot allow this pandemic to crush education growth in our state even more than it has."
Missouri’s PSC denied a rehearing over the Consumer Council of Missouri’s request for a statewide moratorium on utility shut-offs Wednesday.
The Missouri House voted to approve new rules for the 101st General Assembly after nearly a dozen amendments died on the floor Tuesday.
After being sworn in for a full term, Gov. Mike Parson pledged to prioritize two of his most talked-about areas of legislation.