For the 18th and final month, the USDA Food and Nutrition Service approved Missouri’s waiver request to provide P-SNAP benefits for August.
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Missouri notifying individuals of possible waiver of recovery from federal unemployment overpayments
Notices to eligible claimants began mailing out last week and are available in the "Correspondence" tab of UInteract.
Missouri legislators, law enforcement, experts begin to address needs of sexual assault victims through new task force
A new task force made up of legislators, law enforcement officials, experts, and more has begun work to address the needs of sexual assault survivors in Missouri.
The Department of Social Services has extended the deadline for families to apply for Pandemic-Electronic Benefit Transfer benefits to Aug. 20.
The Missouri Legislature also expanded orders of protection to include pets and extending them for life this year.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt vowed to "aggressively engage" local communities to sign onto settlement to ensure maximum payout.
"It will help ensure that when a survivor is in need, there’s someplace to go and someone to help."
Galloway issues second report detailing unemployment benefits received in Missouri through federal COVID-19 response funding
Through the end of April 2021, Missourians received more than $4.9 billion from unemployment benefit programs.
"Your voice matters, and together we have a chance to end institutional abuse and heal our children and families."
The Medicaid expansion debate reached the Missouri Supreme Court as attorneys outlined their arguments before a packed courtroom Tuesday.