Judges, prosecutors, clerks meet to clarify law before reforms go into effect.
Nixon: “Under this bill, cops will stop being revenue agents and go back to being cops.”
The Republican governor delivered a rare speech to the Chicago City Council on Wednesday. He said the city’s agenda for fixing its fiscal issues cannot be separate from the state’s own reform efforts. He says it will require shared sacrifice and asked council members to work with him.
Letters need to be postmarked by the end of the day, today, as May 1 is the deadline.
Co-chairs of the Ferguson Commission commend the legislative action.
Judge and St. Louis County Municipal Courts Improvement Committee chair Frank Vatterott says reforming a system that includes over 80 courts is going to take time.
Missouri legislators who favor relaxing the state’s marijuana laws are weighing a renewed push for reforms.
A St. Louis police sergeant has filed legal action against the department, claiming its refusal to allow him to work a secondary job as a lobbyist for a pro-marijuana group violates his right to free speech.
At a pivotal national meeting, members of the largest group for American nuns have been weighing whether they should accept or challenge a Vatican order to reform.