"It’s pretty safe to say nothing like this has ever happened in our agricultural history with spraying pesticides."
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Senior U.S. District Judge Nanette Laughrey recalls facing Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a case before the nation’s highest court. And it was one Ginsburg used to advocate for women’s voices.
"We need to keep moving forward to provide a modern, safe framework for evaluating both plant and animal genetic advancements."
Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft added his voice to the discussion on the vacant U.S. Supreme Court seat this week, urging President Donald Trump to appoint a nominee before the Nov. 3 election.
"Our health care system, which is currently facing the strain of a global pandemic, needs all the resources it can get."
Local groups across the country, including 13 Missouri organizations, are calling on congressional leadership to act on legislation that would create a federal flood risk disclosure requirement to protect families, renters, and homebuyers.
"A key reentry point for millions of veterans annually is our nation’s postsecondary education system, which calls upon the federal government and state governments for taxpayer assistance."
The U.S. Department of Labor today announced two grants, totaling $1,834,214, awarded to the Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations to improve and promote its Short-Time Compensation program.
Eric Bohl has worked as a lawyer, congressional chief of staff, and Missouri Farm Bureau advocacy director. Now he can add “novelist” to his resume.
Missouri is now in the “red zone” when it comes to COVID-19 cases, according to a new White House designation.