Employers that are considering full or partial shutdowns in connection with the virus have access to a number of state and federal programs that may be able to help.
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As more local municipalities have enacted stay at home orders, the Missouri Public Service Commission has requested utility workers be deemed “essential” and allowed to continue their work.
Missouri’s response to the coronavirus pandemic has been “sufficient,” Majority Floor Leader Caleb Rowden said.
Throughout Missouri, MCADSV member organizations that provide help to victims of domestic and sexual violence are committed to providing the best services to victims in their communities.
The Missouri AFL-CIO created a coronavirus task force because the state “is moving too slowly to protect workers” during the global pandemic.
Gov. Mike Parson has signed an executive order 20-06 to begin mobilizing the Missouri National Guard to assist in the state’s COVID-19 response efforts.
Gov. Mike Parson requested the federal government approve a major disaster declaration for Missouri as the state continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt has announced a statewide effort to lessen regulations that could prevent health care workers from helping amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
University of Missouri System President Mun Choi has been appointed interim chancellor for the University of Missouri-Columbia.
DogMaster, like many other breweries and distilleries across the country, has adapted to life during a global pandemic to serve its community in a new way.