On Sunday, June 6, the Branson Imax Entertainment Complex welcomed more than 200 attendees as they paid tribute to The Ghost Army as a part of…
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(The Center Square) – About 6.15 million people live in Missouri, nearly 3 percent more than a decade ago and just enough growth for the Show Me State to retain its eight Congressional districts into the 2030s.
Census figures released Monday indicate that the Midwest population grew 3.1%.
(The Center Square) – The day before marijuana’s most notorious holiday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed cannabis banking reform dubbed the Secure and Fair Enforcement Banking Act (SAFE) on a 321-101 Monday vote.
Smith, if he runs, would join Attorney General Eric Schmitt and former Gov. Eric Greitens in the GOP primary.
Even when police officers die, Republicans refuse to budge on common-sense gun laws.
The U.S. House Administration Committee moved to consider Rita Hart’s (D) challenge of the results in last November’s election in Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District March 10. The committee voted in favor of considering the challenge and tabling a motion by Hart’s opponent, Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks (R), to dismiss the appeal. The decision will allow Hart to present evidence in support of her petition to the committee, which will then present a full report to the House recommending who should fill the seat.
(The Center Square) – President Joe Biden said Thursday night that he is directing U.S. states to open COVID-19 vaccinations to all American adults by May 1 in an effort to more quickly reopen the country and prop up the staggering U.S. economy.
Anyone old enough to remember the scandal that invaded the White House when William Jefferson Clinton had sexual relations “with that woman, M…