Missouri’s Medicaid data systems are due for an extensive upgrade, according to MO HealthNet Division Director Todd Richardson.
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New Medicaid regulations for abortion providers in Missouri some said could jeopardize funding for Planned Parenthood took effect Wednesday.
Hundreds of Missouri schools and libraries are receiving pandemic funds to combat the digital divide from the FCC.
Gov. Mike Parson announced a series of Cabinet transitions Tuesday afternoon, naming acting directors for several departments including DSS, OA, and DOR.
Rep. Martha Stevens will not seek re-election in 2022, she announced Monday, leaving the HD 46 seat at the end of her third term next year.
Federal regulators said the state failed to provide appropriate medical or mental health treatment to children when they were located.
One child identified by regulators had been sexually exploited in at least four states while missing, but there was no evidence that the child was reported as missing, the report said.
Parson announces $1.8M+ in grants to 19 agencies to investigate, prosecute criminals who victimize children
Gov. Mike Parson announced Missouri has approved more than $1.8 million in grant assistance to 19 agencies to investigate and prosecute crimes that victimized children.
AG requests removal from Agape case, says prosecuting attorney ‘does not intend to seek justice’ for all victims
"The children of this state deserve the protection of those sworn to serve them and justice when they are wronged."
Changes to the state’s Medicaid system may be on the way based on proposals from a Senate committee tasked with evaluating abortion funding.