Missouri’s medical marijuana program is in full bloom, with advocates expecting more than $200 million in sales by the end of 2021.
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Veterans and legislators gathered in the Capitol Tuesday to celebrate a bill designating a Korean War veterans memorial in Kansas City.
Rep. Dave Griffith is joining veterans’ groups in the push for the use of land from a Jefferson City park to expand a veterans cemetery.
Gov. Mike Parson unveiled a partnership with Kansas in what he said was an effort to raise awareness of national security operations.
Retired Lt. General Michael Flynn, a former Trump administration advisor, has backed former Gov. Eric Greitens’ bid for U.S. Senate.
"There is no greater way we can honor our fallen first responders than to ensure the long-term wellbeing of their families."
"People say Missouri isn’t territory that a Democrat can win. We disagree. It’s still the state of Harry Truman."
Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer joined a bipartisan effort to recognize the 13 service members killed in Afghanistan last week, including one from his district in Missouri.
A campaign to legalize cannabis use in Missouri is emphasizing the use of new revenue to expunge cannabis-related criminal records.
Candidates for Missouri’s fourth congressional district have been critical of President Biden's handling of the withdrawal from Afghanistan.