The state and federal governments won't contribute any money, so the costs will fall on the county and a couple cities.
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The City Council is considering a host of ways to generate money to meet basic needs and shore up finances.
Parson’s administration did drop 96,989 children from Medicaid, according to the Missouri Department of Social Services.
Kenny Mohr is unopposed in the November general election.
At least one group, Indivisible, has been encouraging people to donate to Galloway’s campaign. However, to say the group is “bankrolling” her campaign when it hasn't directly contributed any money is wrong.
From the socially distanced safety of the Missourian newsroom, PolitiFact Missouri took on almost a dozen statements from the four candidates.
In the most recently released report dated Sept. 27, the task force listed 48 different counties in the “red zone.” Of those, 42 counties had no mandates.
The city of Columbia sent one application for coronavirus assistance on Friday and has several more on the way.
Measures repealing requirements that the city provide curbside recycling service and issue vouchers for trash bags also failed.
Boone County commissioners say they're proceeding slowly to make sure the money is distributed fairly and appropriately.