Gov. Mike Parson signed the first bill of the session into law, providing more than $324 million to the Emergency Rental Assistance Program.
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The Senate debated a bill that seeks to lessen the power local officials have during public health emergencies for about four hours Wednesday before it was laid over.
"Our kids deserve the best education possible, and in-seat learning is now one of our top considerations in evaluating the schools before us."
Leadership in both chambers of the Missouri Legislature signed a supplemental budget bill from House Budget Chair Rep. Cody Smith Tuesday.
“The vote taken today in caucus is reflective of the incredibly serious nature of the federal charges filed against her and the fact these issues compromise her ability to serve her constituents effectively.”
Today, Gov. Mike Parson announced the launch of the Missouri Vaccine Navigator, a secure registry tool to assist Missourians in receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.
"All families should have the opportunity to choose the best educational option for their child as allowed under the MOCAP law."
Missouri reported its first case of a patient who tested positive for the U.K. variant of coronavirus late Saturday night.
“While I have not publicly called for her resignation, I stand firmly with Speaker Vescovo’s position.”
St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson called on the state’s chief executive to supply more pharmacies in her city with the COVID-19 vaccine Friday.