The head of the Missouri office that oversees lawyers’ professional conduct alleges that a review of the investigation that brought down former Gov. Eric Greitens three years ago uncovered evidence that the prosecutor in charge concealed evidence that could have helped him.
Missouri’s Republican-led House on Tuesday passed legislation to crack down on protesters who block roadways after amending the measure to cram in provisions from dozens of other loosely related bills.
The Missouri House on Tuesday voted in favor of barring state and local officials from putting any restrictions on businesses, churches or other non-public entities during public health emergencies, except in certain circumstances.
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Former Arkansas Republican Party Chairman Doyle Webb announced Tuesday he’s running for lieutenant governor next year, making him the third GOP candidate to seek the state’s No. 2 constitutional office.
The Springfield City Council unanimously passed a one-reading emergency bill to amend the city’s current COVID-19 regulations to remove the requirement for individuals to mask when outdoors, except when around large crowds.
The Centers for Disease Control and prevention recently eased its guidelines on wearing masks outdoors. The CDC is allowing fully vaccinated Americans to go without a mask unless they’re in a big crowd of strangers.