Similar legislation was passed last year, but vetoed by the governor because lawmakers failed to send it to voters.
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HB 785 and HB 784 aim to establish a Capitol Police Board and a General Assembly Marshal service.
In addition to the new health care facility, the state received 1 million additional masks.
Along with 4.2 million N95 respirators, the state bought 61,000 safety goggles, 95,000 surgical masks and 7,400 surgical gowns.
This May was Columbia's warmest on the books.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A top official at Missouri’s Department of Public Safety had a potential conflict of interest when the agency awarded a …
A Missouri House bill would create a commission to supervise the Capitol building and its police, security protocols and parking, as well as the adjacent government buildings.
Training that helps officers recognize and respond to drug- and alcohol-addled judgment will help avoid violence and facilitate safe resolutions.