Meet Miriam Joelson, the Missouri state organizer for Rise, a nonprofit advocating for civil rights protections for sexual assault survivors nationwide.
Posts published in “Health”
Missouri’s witness protection fund will be a priority of the upcoming special session, according to House Speaker Pro Tem John Wiemann.
"The passage of Amendment Two will bring with it a chance for new health policy. We need to build a system of health and care in every Missouri community."
Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft announced the Missouri State Library has awarded $960,338 in grant funds to 60 libraries in order to respond to coronavirus health and safety concerns.
After months of questions about whether the show would go on, Missouri’s State Fair has pivoted to a “Youth Livestock Show” only.
Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft’s Securities Division issued a consent order against Shawn Harrison, Kristie Harrison, Kevin Larson, and their company Cannabis Plus Missouri LLC after they committed fraud in offering and selling unregistered securities.
When Missouri schools reconvene in the fall, students are advised to wear face masks, especially when in close contact with one another.
"We need to continue looking for unique ways to restore flexibility and resiliency to what has become an old, broken system."
With a legislative special session on the horizon, Sen. John Rizzo requested the state provide COVID-19 testing to those working in the Capitol.
Gov. Mike Parson called lawmakers back to convene back in the capital city later this month to address violent crime.