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Census delay in releasing population data throws states into chaos

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Census Bureau won’t be releasing population data needed to redraw state legislative and congressional district boundaries until Sept. 30 —...

With gun deaths climbing, Missouri lawmakers push to loosen firearm restrictions

While Missouri continues to struggle with one of the highest rates of gun deaths in the country, Republican lawmakers are advancing a litany of...

Missouri House tucks lawmakers cast out of caucuses into tiny offices

For most Missouri lawmakers, a fourth-floor office is about the best perch in the Capitol Building, absent a stint in the much larger offices...

Missouri lawmakers eye federal funds to cover cost of mistakenly paid...

A legislative committee may have found a way to relieve all the debt of Missourians who were mistakenly paid too much from federal and...

Missouri company accused of illegal gambling has sued the state

A Missouri-based company accused of operating illegal gambling devices filed a lawsuit alleging state law enforcement's crackdown on rogue slot machines is a campaign...

‘Road to hell’: Students who faced abuse at Missouri boarding schools...

Thrown to the ground and restrained for hours. Forced to eat food they had thrown up. Silenced with duct-tape over their mouths. Beaten without...

Indicted lawmaker claims University of Missouri faculty post in Florida filing

A state representative under federal indictment for medical fraud falsely claimed she had a faculty appointment at the University of Missouri when she applied...

Senate resolution condemns 1852 Missouri Supreme Court decision in Dred Scott...

For two brief periods of his life, Dred Scott was a free man. The first period of freedom began with the decision of a St....

With Affordable Care Act in danger, Missouri GOP push pre-existing conditions...

It’s been nearly three months since Rep. Brenda Shields was diagnosed with COVID-19, but her lung issues still persist. Shields said she feels her condition...

Missouri Gaming Commission spent $400K on licensing report. It won’t make...

The Missouri Gaming Commission is citing attorney-client privilege for refusing to release a report on how it conducts licensing investigations. The report, prepared by a...

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