GOP lawmakers approved bill partly in response to health orders in St. Louis County.
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(The Center Square) – A key statehouse budget-writer signaled this weekend that negotiations are producing consensus on the stalled extension of a hospital tax that pays for about one-third of Missouri’s $11 billion Medicaid program.
After a self-described "old-fashioned" judge denied their first effort, Kelly Hoagland and Maria Salas Valdez adopted the child they've raised since birth, with a different judge presiding and a Nebraska Supreme Court decision in their favor.
Attorney General Eric Schmitt has determined his office cannot investigate an alleged violation of Missouri’s open records laws by the governor’s office, an interpretation of state law that has transparency advocates alarmed.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has so far declined to pardon Kevin Strickland, a man prosecutors say is innocent of murder and has wrongly served 41 years in prison.
Man who judge found innocent asks high court to reverse bad precedent that keeps him in prison.
(The Center Square) – A federal judge has ruled against a small business advocacy organization in its lawsuit against Major League Baseball, keeping the league's All-Star Game in Denver.
(The Center Square) – Missouri will become the nation’s 13th state to prohibit local and state police from enforcing federal gun restrictions not approved by state lawmakers when Gov. Mike Parson signs the ‘Second Amendment Preservation Act’ into law Saturday at a Lee’s Summit shooting range.
GRUNDY COUNTY, Mo. — In visiting the agricultural annex Thursday of a growing regional college, Gov. Mike Parson pledged to defend Missouri farmers, while speaking to his broader agenda.