A bipartisan push to forgive unemployment overpayments during the COVID-19 pandemic is moving forward in the lower chamber.
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“We are extremely appreciative of all the hard work, sacrifices, and rapid adjustments that are being made by our state and local partners to quickly get the vaccine into arms across our state.”
The SAFHR Program provides rent and utility assistance for low-to-moderate income households who have been financially impacted by COVID-19.
St. Louis County Executive Dr. Sam Page endorsed Treasurer Tishaura Jones’s bid for St. Louis mayor Tuesday.
Today, the state of Missouri released additional guidance for vaccinators regarding the residency status of those seeking a COVID-19 vaccine in the state.
House Speaker Pro Tem John Wiemann said Missouri was on track in its endeavor to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine across the state.
Here’s a look at what we know about the overpayments and what the Special Committee on Government Oversight recommended after concluding its public hearing.
Missouri’s net general revenue for January increased by more than 18 percent over the same time last year according to the latest report.
“It wasn’t that long ago Virginia was a pretty conservative state, but there’s been a rapid transformation there in just a few years.”
Gov. Mike Parson signed an executive order to temporarily relax hours of service limitations for fuel trucks for the next ten days.