Advocates want to restore lost funding for programs for the elderly and are pushing for new protections.
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Bingo organizers hope the new amendment provides relief from staffing shortages.
The change would allow workers with less experience to manage bingo games.
Bingo organizers are hurting for a number of reasons. Among these is a shortage of volunteers that Amendment 4 hopes to address.
Out-of-state donors are playing a big role in some of the ballot issues, while individual supporters are driving others.
MU students Randi Anderlik, left, Michael Jobson, middle, and Li Zhang, right, attend the When We All Vote voter registration drive in the MU …
Mizzou Association of Latin American Students President Daniel Serres, left, briefs Legion of Black Collegians and Missouri Students Associati…
The When We All Vote event was part of a national movement to involve more people in the process.
Reuben Collins, a transportation engineer with St. Paul Public Works in Minnesota, recommends Columbia sets a predetermined dollar amount scooter companies will pay to operate in the city.