A staffing shortage in the face of increased demand is an obstacle for DMH, Director of Behavioral Health Nora Bock told lawmakers Wednesday.
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Missouri’s net general revenue collections for the month of September rose by more than 16 percent compared to last September.
Senate Majority Leader Caleb Rowden asked the MSBA to clarify its position on a national response to conflicts with school districts.
Missouri amended its standing order for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine last week to make it available for those who qualify for a booster shot.
Incumbent Congresswoman Ann Wagner will face off against a handful of Democratic challengers vying for her CD 2 seat next year.
Sen. Bill Eigel is among the Republican lawmakers speaking out against proposed federal vaccine requirements.
"When you’re covered, you don’t have to choose between your health and taking care of your family."
St. Louis County Executive Sam Page moved to implement a new mask mandate for his county earlier this week. And once again, Attorney General Eric Schmitt has filed a legal challenge to block it.
"I've personally felt like the approach Missouri has taken to COVID-19 has been one of the best of any in the country."
The Health Care Collaborative of Rural Missouri is the latest health care provider to be awarded federal funds for its telehealth program.