Local NAACP Explains Advisory and Senate Bill 43 On the heels of a nationwide NAACP travel advisory targeting Missouri, the statewide chapter is hosting a series of rallies statewide to talk about the law that prompted it.
Missouri 'Blue Alert' Law Effective in AugustMissouri's 'Blue Alert' law takes effect later this month, but would it have helped catch that suspect in the shooting death of a western Missouri police officer this week?
Missouri Gov. Greitens Expands Call for Abortion Legislation Changes include asking lawmakers to make it a crime for abortion clinic staff to ask ambulances to respond to calls without sirens or lights.
Missouri Gov. Greitens Signs Discrimination BillThe legislation has been blasted by Democrats and groups such as the state NAACP.
Missouri House Passes Law to Tighten Abortion RegulationThe legislation now heads back to the Senate because of changes made in the House to create more stringent restrictions.
2 Groups File Lawsuit to Halt Missouri's Voter ID LawThe suit alleges that Missouri has failed to provide funding for voter education, free voter IDs for those who need them, and training for poll workers.
Missouri Parole Board Accused of Playing 'Parole Bingo' With InmatesA non-profit public-interest law firm is asking Governor Eric Greitens to seek reform in Missouri's parole and probation system.
Missouri Official: IDs Available for Voters Who Need ThemA constitutional amendment approved by voters last November requires photo IDs for voting, with some exceptions.
New Missouri Photo ID Voting Law Draws CriticismThe new law that takes effect Thursday is a state constitutional amendment approved by Missouri voters last November.
Missouri Expungement Fees Could Violate State ConstitutionA report by the state auditor cautions that the 2016 law could surpass constitutional limits on lawmakers raising taxes or fees without a public vote.
Missouri Court Overturns Law Enacted After Ferguson UnrestThe law came in the wake of the sometimes violent protests sparked by the fatal police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
Missouri Lawmakers OK Ban on Sex Offenders By Kids' MuseumsThe measure also would make sex trafficking of minors a form of child abuse under state law.

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