Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster no longer will accept campaign contributions from anyone under investigation by his office.
A panel of state lawmakers has been formed to look into allegations involving lobbyist perks and campaign contributions going to Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster.
More than 3,000 Missouri residents are asking the state to drop its appeal of a federal ruling that overturns its constitutional ban on same-sex marriage.
The judge said he could find no reason for the state to dictate that people of the same gender can’t be married, but he delayed the effect of his ruling while it is appealed.
“Some of the facts that were reported in the New York Times article were simply inaccurately reported,” says Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster.
He is a supporter of gay marriage, but Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster says he will ask the Missouri Supreme Court to overturn a lower court ruling this week that clears the way for gay marriage in the state.
St. Louis City Hall is now issuing marriage licenses for same-sex couples.
The New York Times story highlighting Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster in an investigative report on special interest money reminds me of another Missouri attorney general who paid a steep price after news stories involving financial behavior – Bill Webster.
A southeast Missouri animal rescue organization has agreed to suspend operations for 30 days until a trial begins in a lawsuit filed by the state alleging violations of the Animal Care Facilities Act.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster is called out in a New York Times article saying he called off an investigation into 5-Hour Energy after receiving gifts from lobbyists.