Rep. Richard Brown is the only member from Kansas City on the Missouri Tourism Commission.
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services will have around eight months to draft the application forms necessary to buy, and sell, medical marijuana state-wide in Missouri.
Voting districts are often gerrymandered so they look like ink blots on a psychological test and have the effect of allowing politicians to choose their voters rather than vice versa.
A “Yes on 2” rally and concert will break down the three marijuana issues on the November ballot.
Will a Texas lawsuit challenging the Affordable Care Act affect Hawley’s run for state senator?
On August 7, voters in Missouri have the opportunity to cast a vote that will determine the fate of the state’s so-called “Right-to-Work” law.
“In addition to creating new jobs, the overall economic impact of this project will be millions of dollars.” – Gov. Eric Greitens
135th Street and Holmes Rd did not make the cut this year. John Sharp gives the run down on what did, as well as the Bannister Federal Complex clean up plans, Hickman Mills board of education vacancies, and the Cornerstone Awards.
Legislation pending in the Missouri House of Representatives is just one vote away from rolling back civil rights protections in our state by more than 50 years. That single vote would hit the reset button on decades of progress in combating racial and sex discrimination in Missouri.
As of January 1, citizens of Missouri can legally carry a concealed weapon without a permit. However, there are still many restrictions for carrying without a permit. We reviewed the updated gun bill law (SB 656) with Kevin Jamison, president of the Western Missouri Shooters Alliance and an attorney whose focus has been weaponry and self-defense for the past 33 years.