Missouri Political News

Missouri News: Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley Responds to Secretary of State Inquiry

Jefferson City, MO – Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley today sent a letter responding to a request for information from Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft’s Office.  The letter rebuts in detail the frivolous nature of the complaint filed by the American Defense Legal Fund. CLICK to read the letter at AGO.MO.GOV SOURCE: news provided by … Continue reading Missouri News: Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley Responds to Secretary of State Inquiry

Missouri News: 7th circuit commission announces nominees for Harman circuit judge vacancy in Clay County

KANSAS CITY, MO – The Seventh Circuit Judicial Commission has met and selected a panel of three nominees for the circuit judge vacancy in Division 4 of the Clay County circuit court created by the retirement of Judge Larry D. Harman.  The nominees are: Louis Angles – an associate circuit judge for the Seventh Judicial … Continue reading Missouri News: 7th circuit commission announces nominees for Harman circuit judge vacancy in Clay County

Missouri News: Attorney General Josh Hawley Announces $6 Million Settlement with Encore Capital, Midland Credit Management, and Midland Funding

Jefferson City, MO – Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley yesterday announced that Missouri joined 41 states and the District of Columbia in reaching a $6 million settlement with Encore Capital Group Inc. and its subsidiaries Midland Credit Management, Inc. and Midland Funding, LLC, one of the nation’s largest debt buyers. Debt buying involves buying and … Continue reading Missouri News: Attorney General Josh Hawley Announces $6 Million Settlement with Encore Capital, Midland Credit Management, and Midland Funding

Missouri News: Senator Jill Schupp to file legislation to prevent gun violence

Senator represents district where a gunman killed one woman and sexually assaulted another at a store earlier this week JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Missouri Senator, Jill Schupp, D-Creve Coeur, will pre-file seven bills to prevent gun violence.  These bills reflect her commitment to public safety by preventing gun violence and implementing commonsense reforms to keep … Continue reading Missouri News: Senator Jill Schupp to file legislation to prevent gun violence

Missouri Political News: This Week in the Missouri Senate for Aug. 31 – New Laws

JEFFERSON CITY, MO — This Week in the Missouri Senate reviews four Missouri Senate measures that are now state law: Senate Bill 564, legislation that modifies provisions relating to public utilities; Senate Bill 954, a measure that allows people found guilty of certain offenses of unlawful use of a weapon to expunge that record; Senate … Continue reading Missouri Political News: This Week in the Missouri Senate for Aug. 31 – New Laws

Missouri News: Missouri Division of Tourism to Award More than $188,000 to City of St. Charles

JEFFERSON CITY, MO — Missouri State Sen. Bill Eigel, R-Weldon Spring, is pleased to announce the Missouri Division of Tourism will award $188,513 to the city of St. Charles for the purpose of funding marketing projects for local tourist destinations.  The city will match the division’s funding, bringing the total amount of this project to … Continue reading Missouri News: Missouri Division of Tourism to Award More than $188,000 to City of St. Charles

Missouri News: Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley to Launch Independent Review of Archdiocese of St. Louis

Jefferson City, MO – Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley yesterday announced that his office has launched an independent review of the Archdiocese of St. Louis regarding allegations of sexual abuse by clergy members.  This comes after the Archdiocese agreed to voluntarily cooperate with the Attorney General’s Office. “Victims of sexual abuse of any kind deserve to … Continue reading Missouri News: Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley to Launch Independent Review of Archdiocese of St. Louis

Missouri News: Relief Assistance Available For Missourians Suffering From Drought Conditions

JEFFERSON CITY, MO — As of August 17, 2018, a drought alert has been issued for 86 counties across the state, affecting more than 3.8 million Missourians. “Since May 2017, every county in Missouri has been affected by dry to exceptionally dry conditions,” said Sen. Denny Hoskins.  “Weather forecast models show grave situations which can … Continue reading Missouri News: Relief Assistance Available For Missourians Suffering From Drought Conditions