After passing a massive licensing reform bill in 2020, Rep. Derek Grier continued his push for licensing reform this session.
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A new online tool from the MVC will allow veterans and service members in the Show-Me State to find resources and potential benefits.
For the second night in a row, the Missouri Senate hit pause on a substantial gaming bill covering everything from VLTs to sports betting.
Gov. Mike Parson agreed to join this year’s Governor’s Challenge to Prevent Suicide among Service Members, Veterans, and their Families.
After the riot at the U.S. Capitol earlier this month, lawmakers have concerns about their ability to respond to a potential emergency within the Missouri statehouse.
A plan to allow certain military projects to qualify under the Missouri Works Program is getting another try in the legislature.
Wreaths Across America is still dedicated to honoring Missouri veterans through the holiday season despite this year's challenges.
The Missouri Veterans Commission today announces the launch of its Essential Caregiver Program at its seven Veterans Homes.
The Missouri Veteran’s Commission (MVC) was unprepared when coronavirus cases surged in veterans’ homes this fall, according to a new report.
The Missouri Veterans Hall of Fame honored its first class of inductees at the state Capitol Friday.