John Ellis talks on a panel at a workshop about elder financial exploitation April 12 at the Ferguson Community Center. Ellis is the former ch…
The bills debated Tuesday are part of a growing list of abortion-related legislation being filed by Missouri lawmakers this spring.
The committee also heard a bill that would allow pharmacists to prescribe oral contraceptives to women older than 18.
Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill has said repeatedly that she didn’t decide to vote "no" on then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh because of the sexual assault allegations against him.
The Missourian and KBIA are compiling a list of what every member of the General Assembly, and some other statewide officials, believe should take place next.
The bill was met with opposition from Democrats. "This bill does not provide incentive — it provides punishment," Rep. Sarah Unsicker, D-Shrewsberry, said.
Multiple bills aimed at improving foster care are among those that lawmakers hope to pass before the session ends in May.