Those who have contracted the virus or are at risk can vote on absentee ballots without notarization.
Titus was a state government reporter, copy editor and assistant city editor at the Missourian.
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The state treasurer estimated general revenue being short $860 million in terms of tax collections in April 2020 compared to April 2019.
The proposed version of the budget would cut around $700 million from the governor's proposal.
Around the nation, many have released from jails and prisons low-level offenders and those at high risk because of COVID-19 concerns.
Spartan Light Metal Products began "temporary layoffs" because of the COVID-19-related downturn in the automotive industry.
The plan creates a new oversight committee to oversee a prescription drug monitoring program.
Public colleges statewide would have to grant college credit for AP exams with a score of 3 or higher.
Around 45 of those bills aim to restrict access or add regulations to the use of guns in some form.
The bill's sponsor said Gov. Mike Parson asked him to work on the bill.