The court announced its intention to grant a temporary restraining order in the case, which is expected to keep Title 42 in place for now.
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Missouri has recovered more than 95 percent of the jobs lost during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Missouri Chamber’s latest quarterly economic report.
"Schmitt’s whole career has been dedicated to the principle that limited government is good government."
"Vaccines have made our patients, clinics, and communities safer."
The Missouri House perfected the No Patient Left Alone Act Tuesday, which guarantees patients in hospitals and nursing homes the option to request family members be able to visit them.
Director Wayne Wallingford hasn’t been afraid to take risks — in part, because of his deep faith, commitment to his home and family, and unparalleled tenaciousness.
Onder makes St. Charles county executive race official
"You can bet that HB 1552 will receive the full support of legislators who believe in education reform and charter public schools, myself included."
Richard Moore, who has served as general counsel for DHSS, will take over as acting director of the department.