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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo (April 15, 2019)--Today, a judge dismissed a case against the Missouri State Auditor's Office brought by Hospital Partners Inc. In 2017, Auditor Galloway released an audit that found a $90 million billing scheme being perpetrated by the company at the small, rural hospital. The...
(JEFFERSON CITY, MO) –Today, the Missouri Senate, in a 26-7 vote, passed one of Governor Parson’s top legislative priorities. In the State of the State, Governor Parson presented a bold infrastructure plan which takes a serious step forward in addressing Missouri’s critical infrastructure needs...
(JEFFERSON CITY, MO) –Today, the Missouri Senate, in a 26-7 vote, passed one of Governor Parson’s top legislative priorities. In the State of the State, Governor Parson presented a bold infrastructure plan which takes a serious step forward in addressing Missouri’s critical infrastructure needs...
(Jefferson City, MO) – At 2:00 p.m. today, Tuesday, April 16, Missouri farmers and ranchers are rallying in the Missouri State Capitol’s First Floor Rotunda to support HB 1062 and SB 391, two bills relating to farmers’ property rights. Beginning approximately 3:00 p.m., Missouri Farm Bureau...
Youth Tour winners are Hannah McDaniel of Pattonsburg High School and Megan Sayers of Breckenridge High School
Winners in the 56th annual Farmers’ Electric Cooperative essay contest have been announced. Two juniors won all-expense paid trips to Washington, D.C. Three sophomores won all-expense paid trips to the Cooperative Youth Conference & Leadership Experience (C.Y.C.L.E.) program in Jefferson City...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Yesterday, Missouri Attorney General announced a lawsuit against the City of Diamond for enforcing ticket quotas and using tickets to generate additional municipal revenue. Enforcing ticket quotas and using abusive ticketing tactics are in violation of reforms brought by...
MU Extension nutrition program associate Jolene Rodgers, MU Extension Master Gardeners and community volunteers grow vegetables that are given to food pantry clients. Photo by Linda Geist.
Source: Jolene Rodgers, 573-581-3231; Cathy Bylinowski, 816-252-5051 COLUMBIA, Mo. – They say it takes a village to raise a child. A village of University of Missouri Extension Master Gardener volunteers grow gardens to help feed the hungry and homeless across the state. Last year, volunteers for...
Sen. Hoskins introduced Sherry Jones to the Senate Gubernatorial Appointments Committee for her reconfirmation as a member of the State Fair Board.
Where does milk come from? The answer to that question will vary, depending on a person’s age and where they were raised. Increasingly, Missourians are disconnected from the farm and many young people today have no understanding of how a gallon of milk ends up in their grocer’s dairy case. Senate...
Representative Jim Neely
The Missouri House of Representative has approved legislation to protect taxpayer dollars from expensive projects that run over budget or behind schedule. Known as the Million Dollar Boondoggle Act, the bill is meant to increase transparency for taxpayers so they are aware of what the state is...

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