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.
Missouri lawmakers have given final approval to a proposed amendment to strengthen the right to bear arms.
Some Illinois Senators want to amend a constitution that rules that money during a political campaigns is “protected speech.”
Could computer programs someday wipe out crime? Maybe. But one local attorney is asking—at what cost to your freedoms?
A lawsuit filed by a national group seeks to stop teacher-sponsored school prayer sessions at a mid-Missouri high school.
The court spent several hours discussing whether sex offenders and people with gun and drug convictions should face further “retrospective” charges after they’ve been sentenced.
Gov. Jay Nixon vetoed legislation Friday that would have made it a crime for federal agents to attempt to enforce federal gun laws in Missouri and could have landed journalists in jail for publishing the names of gun owners in the state.
Charlie talks with Mo.State Auditor Tom Schweich; with Historian/Constitutional Scholar Richard Beeman; with Cass Gilbert Authority Sharon Irish; with Hip Hop Chess Federation Founder Adisa Banjoko; and with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon.
The Missouri House passed legislation Wednesday that would make it a felony for U.S. authorities to enforce federal firearm laws in Missouri, despite concerns that the measure likely is unconstitutional.
“The Senate decides when the Senate is in session – not President Obama,” Blunt said in a statement.