State health officials reported yesterday that Missouri has 3,037 confirmed COVID-19 cases, along with 53 deaths. Gov. Parson and State Labor Director Anna Hui shared that first responders who contract COVID 19 will be covered by workman’s compensation. Hui says to have patience with the process because the department is working with historic levels of […]
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The Missouri Senate will return to Jefferson City today to tackle the proposed supplemental budget, which includes billions of dollars to battle the coronavirus outbreak. Brian Hauswirth reports.
Governor Mike Parson has signed Executive Order 20-08 suspending a statutory requirement that a notary public must conduct the notarization of official documents while the singer appears personally in front of him or her. As requested by Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft, the Order allows for the use of audio-video technology to complete the personal […]
State Budget Director Dan Haug reported yesterday that net general revenue collections for March 2020 decreased 4.2% compared to those for March 2019, from $759.5 million last year to $727.6 million this year. Net general revenue collections for 2020 fiscal year-to-date increased 5.8% compared to March 2019, from $6.43 billion last year to $6.80 billion this year. GROSS […]
A special session appears to be ahead for the Missouri Legislature. Alisa Nelson reports.