Missouri has recovered more than 95 percent of the jobs lost during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Missouri Chamber’s latest quarterly economic report.
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Hundreds of pro-life advocates gathered at the Capitol Wednesday to advocate for stricter abortion laws in Missouri.
Gov. Mike Parson joined with more than two dozen other governors to establish an “American Governors’ Border Strike Force,” billed as a way to combat drug and human trafficking.
Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler said former Gov. Eric Greitens owes former President Donald Trump an apology in her latest campaign ad.
Those polled also indicated support for key reform proposals currently pending in the legislature, including limiting misdemeanor probation sentences lengths.
In a collaboration between Missouri Eastern Correctional Center and nonprofit Launch Code, 17 students participated in MECC’s first JustTech graduation.
"Missouri legislators are tackling high drug prices by advancing legislation that addresses the true culprit for their rise: pharmacy benefit managers."
Missouri medical cannabis sales broke a monthly mark in March, topping $30 million for the first time as average sales approach $1 million per day.