Nathan’s Law, which went into effect in August, inadvertently pushed some children out of licensed child care homes, and state lawmakers heard some potential solutions on Tuesday.
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Nathan's Law was designed to keep children safe. Some child care providers, however, said it may leave some families without options.
Planned Parenthood says it's stopped providing medication-induced abortions at its facility in northwest Arkansas while it seeks a new location, leaving the state for now with two abortion providers.
When a farmer experiences a traumatic injury, every second it takes to get to a care facility is critical, but those care facilities are becoming fewer and farther between as rural hospitals close.
Boone Hospital Center is putting together an official statement on its policy toward medical marijuana, and MU Health Care is still in the deliberation process.
In order to keep its license, the local clinic needed another prior injunction that would block two state laws that restrict abortions. It also needed to pass a state inspection.
Unless the facility is granted exceptions on two state regulations, it will be unable to continue providing abortions.
Less than 60 percent of Missouri's law enforcement agencies responded to the request for information about untested sexual assault evidence kits, but a grant could help the office complete the audit.
Missouri was awarded more funding than any other state, with 90 of the state’s 114 counties targeted by the program.
KANSAS CITY — A Planned Parenthood clinic in Kansas City is facing licensing issues as it works to resume offering medication-induced abortio…