NAACP Moves Forward With Missouri Travel AdvisoryThe NAACP is moving forward with a travel advisory warning people to be careful while in Missouri because of a danger that civil rights won't be respected.
Missouri Gov. Greitens Signs Discrimination BillThe legislation has been blasted by Democrats and groups such as the state NAACP.
NAACP Alleges SWA Threatened Employees' Jobs If They Talk to News MediaSouthwest denies the letter came from the company.
Missouri NAACP Issuing Travel Advisory Against the StateThe Missouri NAACP is issuing an advisory telling travelers to be careful while in the state because of a danger that civil rights won't be respected.
Strong Opinions Divide Aldermen in Special SessionGovernor Greitens' special session to discuss an abortion discrimination bill has representatives divided.
$5M Award Upheld in White Professor's Discrimination CaseA Missouri appeals court has ruled that a white professor at a predominantly black university in St. Louis was fired "because of the color of her skin.''
Tougher Discrimination Bill Goes to Missouri Governor NextRepublican Gov. Eric Greitens will receive the legislation on his desk soon. He is likely to sign it.
Ill. Pushes for Change in Auto Insurance DiscriminationThere's a new effort to end alleged discrimination in auto insurance rates.
Bill Overturning St. Louis Abortion Ordinance AdvancesOpponents argue the bill is an example of state overreach.
Mo. Senators Approve Stricter Proof in Discrimination LawsuitsMissouri state senators early Wednesday gave initial approval to a measure that opponents have criticized as making it more difficult to sue for discrimination in the state and voted down protections for LGBT people.
Missouri NAACP, Advocates Slam Discrimination BillMissouri NAACP President Rod Chapel says a proposal to make it harder to sue for discrimination is ``hyped-up Jim Crow.''
St. Louis Ordinance Seeks to Pre-Empt Missouri Abortion LawsA new ordinance in St. Louis prohibits discrimination based on ``reproductive health decisions."