State Auditor Nicole Galloway released her second report detailing state government's use of federal stimulus dollars intended for the COVID-19 response.
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After years of debate, Missouri voted to become the 38th state to expand its Medicaid program.
Mike Sharp, Democratic candidate for Jackson County Sheriff, says he will be taking action on any potential voter fraud in Tuesday’s primary election.
On Tuesday, Missourians will decide on whether to expand Medicaid coverage after years of debate. Here’s a look at what Amendment 2 would do.
The most effective way to decrease murder rates in St. Louis would be passing a concurrent jurisdiction bill, according to Sen. Andrew Koenig.
Governor Mike Parson announced that the military spends approximately $18.2 billion in Missouri, accounting for more than $29 billion in economic activity.
"Amendment 2 would expand the state’s Medicaid rolls and put taxpayers on the hook for $2 billion of new health care spending. Missourians should vote no on Amendment 2."
"The strong backing from business groups reinforces that Medicaid expansion is not only good for the state’s health but also its bottom line."
As the coronavirus pandemic has spread, Gov. Mike Parson has issued 11 executive orders to mitigate COVID-19.
"It is because of the invaluable work that teachers do that Missouri must realize that massive spending programs will gut public education."