"The necessary funding to cover the health care costs of the expanded population remains the issue."
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"My experiences are just incredibly unique and so I feel my voice is needed."
After serving as interim director for the past two months, Jessica Seitz was named Missouri KidsFirst’s newest executive director this week.
The city of St. Louis will begin issuing direct housing assistance payments to tenants after the federal eviction moratorium lapsed.
Baseball fans can help fight food insecurity next week as part of a food drive in collaboration with the Missouri Farm Bureau.
"I don’t think this is something we can sit on for months and say we’re not going to do anything."
For the 18th and final month, the USDA Food and Nutrition Service approved Missouri’s waiver request to provide P-SNAP benefits for August.
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.