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Ameren approved for rate adjustment.
JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Public Service Commission has approved a filing made by Union Electric Company d/b/a Ameren Missouri to adjust the fuel and purchased power adjustment charge (FAC) on the bills of its electric customers. Ameren Missouri made two filings with the Commission. In its...
January 2, 2018, will mark a historical day for Missouri.
January 2, 2018, will mark a historical day for Missouri. The Missouri Adoptee Rights Act, which takes effect on this date, may allow Missouri-born adoptees, ages 18 and older, access to a copy of their Original Birth Certificate. It is estimated that this new law will affect hundreds of thousands...
Representative Jim Neely
Greetings Friends of the 8th Legislative District!  I certainly hope everyone is staying warm!  Ole man winter has definitely made his presence known.  Please remember to check on your elderly family and friends during these extremely cold days.   2017 in Review As Missourians prepare to welcome in...
Conservatives are once again making progress at restoring sanity to the courts.
One of President Trump’s most important promises in last year’s election was to appoint conservative justices to the Supreme Court, and he followed through on that promise by appointing Neil Gorsuch to the nation’s highest court. But that major win has been followed by a string of less-heralded...
Missouri Senator Denny Hoskins
Starting Jan. 3, I will be back in Jefferson City working towards common sense solutions for all of the constituents I serve in the 21st Senatorial District. As we take time with our families to enjoy the holidays, I would like to address some of last year’s victories as well as discuss several...
One of President Trump’s first actions was to remove these burdensome regulations the executive branch imposed.
The left enjoys painting President Trump as a ruthless totalitarian, but when looking at his track record so far in office, it is clear he is anything but. For years, the executive branch has expanded their power into all areas of government, rather than just enforcement of legislation, the court ...
Representative Jim Neely
Merry Christmas to You and Yours It was just a few weeks ago that President Trump visited Missouri to talk about the tax cut plan that is now about to become law. While Trump’s visit was focused on discussing his plans for tax relief for families and businesses, he also made an important point...
Action on major legislation often slowed or stalled.
There’s an open window for passing a farm bill in early 2018, says Scott Brown, University of Missouri policy analyst. But potential passage gets tough by late spring. Getting action depends on Congress quickly agreeing to pass a farm bill much like what exists. Mostly, farmers are pleased with...
Reduce risk of contamination.
Fruit and vegetable growers can meet training requirements of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) at workshops at several locations throughout Missouri in early 2018. FSMA includes rules for produce growers that are intended to reduce the risk of contamination from E. coli, listeria,...
A new session of online core training to become a certified Master Gardener begins Jan. 22. “The motto of the Master Gardener program is ‘Helping others learn to grow,’” said David Trinklein, state horticulture specialist for University of Missouri Extension. The popularity of the online classes...

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