The Missouri Department of Agriculture has awarded $16,716,406 million in CARES Act funding to nearly 150 small and medium-sized businesses.
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All state employees are to return to pre-COVID-19 work settings by May 17, Gov. Mike Parson's directive says.
“The cost to our country long term is not going to be good.”
Missouri Farm Bureau President Garrett Hawkins said the conflict over property rights was paramount to Missouri’s farmers and landowners.
It's down to the wire for a pair of election reform bills presented before the Senate Local Government and Elections Committee Wednesday.
It took nine hours and a bevy of impassioned speeches on health care, but the Missouri Senate ultimately passed its package of budget bills for FY 2022.
The Missouri Senate passed a $2 billion supplemental budget bill Tuesday, the first budget item to make it through both chambers this week.
Here's a look at the federal challenges leveled by Eric Schmitt in his role as Missouri's attorney general.
"The trial lawyers may lose out on settlements, but Missourians win on reopening society."