Earlier this month, Missouri experienced an extraordinary series of government spokespersons who refused to speak.
A federal lawsuit accuses the Jefferson City school district and two administrators of not doing enough to prevent a band teacher from having an affair with a student.
The Revenue Department had issued the plate, but tried to recall it on the ground that “SUX” is obscene. Gettler presented evidence that the word has gained common usage.
So far, about 200 employees at the Missouri National Guard have been furloughed and more could be on the way if a deal isn’t reached in the coming days.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has decided to delay testing at the smoldering Bridgeton landfill fire until federal funding for the work is enacted.
“As Governor, my interest is in making sure justice is served and public health is protected,” Nixon said in an emailed statement.
The Missouri lead mining company has contributed $10,000 to House Republicans after legislators enacted a law shielding the company from large liability judgments in some lawsuits.
States around the country have seen a spike in unemployment claims since the beginning of the government shutdown and Missouri has adjusted its claims system just to keep up.
A hearing was held Monday to discuss whether to repeal the Agricultural Department’s cap of ten percent on the amount of ethanol allowed in gasoline.
A legislative committee scheduled a hearing Monday on whether the proposed rule change by the state Department of Agriculture exceeds what is allowed under state law.