A bevy of legislation meant to check the power of local health officials during the COVID-19 pandemic was on deck in the Senate this week.
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The Missouri National Guard is teaming with other state partners to establish COVID-19 vaccination sites across Missouri.
“As most of you know, the FRA is how we fund over $1 billion of our state Medicaid program, and it is vitally important to our state budget.”
The first step in this implementation is to introduce a process for physicians to create accounts to submit these certifications.
A Senate committee considered a pair of COVID liability bills Tuesday, resurrecting the conversation in the Missouri Legislature.
With the 2021 legislative session officially underway, 065 agreements are expected to be a topic of conversation in the year ahead.
Sen. Karla May spoke out against last week’s censure of Rep. Wiley Price, calling it “hypocrisy” from Republican leadership in the House.
"During these unprecedented times, Missouri small business owners should not have to worry about the threat of potentially bankrupting litigation."
As the special election for HD 45 draws nearer, three Democratic candidates are making their bid to represent Columbia in the lower chamber.