Eric Schmitt, the former state treasurer, filed his first ever amicus brief as Missouri attorney general.
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Across Missouri and the nation, many poor inmates are charged the cost of their own jail time, even though they technically shouldn't be. What happens next is another jail they are stuck in: debt.
U.S. Rep. Smith claimed that 7 out of 10 new jobs are created by small businesses. For the most part, he's correct.
During a debate with Sen. Claire McCaskill, Attorney General Josh Hawley spoke about losing jobs in his rural hometown of Lexington.
Sen. Claire McCaskill said she voted to defund sanctuary cities, but her voting record as a whole shows a different impression.
Democrat Cort VanOstran, who is running against Rep. Ann Wagner, accused her of never holding a town hall.
The GOP candidate for state auditor claimed that because of the amendment on the November ballot, the auditor's office would control redrawing state voting lines.
All Boone County precincts have reported vote totals.
The Veterans Health Administration made public for the first time its annual nursing home ratings for every facility in the country.
Gov. Greitens is set to leave office on June 1. Most politicians expressed relief that the drama was over.