Here’s a look at where masks are required in Missouri.
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A vaccine for COVID-19 could be available by the end of the year, according to Missouri DHSS Director Dr. Randall Williams.
Sen. Bill White announced he has accepted an invitation from the Department of Mental Health’s director to serve as the legislative representative on the Missouri Eating Disorders Council (MOEDC).
From concurrent jurisdiction to protections for schools during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, here's a look at what bills senators introduced during the special session on violent crime.
"The diagnosis is clear — ObamaCare destroys state budgets, and there’s no reason to assume that Missouri would be spared the same fate."
"Together, we have a real opportunity to create a Missouri that holds the welfare of the people as its supreme law."
State Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick and House Budget Chairman Cody Smith held an event in the Capitol urging Missourians to vote no on Medicaid expansion.
"Right now — amidst a global pandemic — many of our family, friends, and neighbors don’t have access to the health care they need to stay healthy, go to work, and support their families."
“We’re talking about the violent crime that’s becoming prevalent not only in St. Louis and Kansas City but other areas too.”