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Parson moves Missouri Medicaid expansion to August ballot

After nearly a decade of legislative inaction a grassroots coalition anchored by Missouri Jobs with Justice Voter Action activists have succeeded in placing Medicaid...

As Missouri reopens, unions call Parson out for failing to protect...

By TIM ROWDEN Editor Jefferson City – Unions representing Missouri state workers say Gov. Mike Parson is not doing enough to protect state employees during the...

Require facemasks for everyone entering retail stores, UFCW 655 urges Parson

By ED FINKELSTEIN Publisher Governor already denied grocery workers temporary first-responder status despite their COVID-19 exposure risk. Please help, call Parson. With a growing number of grocery...

SEIU Healthcare Missouri applauds Governor Parson’s long-awaited stay-at-home order

At long last, Missouri Governor finally issued a stay-at-home order for the state late Friday, April 3, to deal with the spread of COVID-19,...

Missouri AFL-CIO COVID-19 Task Force sends an open letter to Governor...

COVID-19 Task Force calls on Governor Parson to protect Missouri workers Jefferson City – The Missouri AFL-CIO formed the COVID-19 Task Force to bring together...

Governor Parson finally waives week waiting period to file for unemployment

Missouri AFL-CIO says more action is needed Jefferson City – The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken Missouri's economy and Missouri’s working families. Governor Mike Parson today finally...

Parson says he will respect voters on Medicaid expansion in contrast...

Jefferson City – Gov. Mike Parson said on Nov. 26 that his administration will implement Medicaid eligibility expansion in Missouri if voters approve a...

Parson approves tax subsidies for GM’s Wentzville plant

Jefferson City – General Motors, the United States’ largest automaker, is poised to get $50 million in state tax subsidies to invest in its...

Parson administration knew Missouri taxpayers would take hit from Trump/GOP tax...

By TIM ROWDEN Editor Jefferson City – Missouri taxpayers are starting to get the bad news. As a result of the elimination of the SALT (State And...

Unprecedented shuffling of Missouri executive offices that started with Greitens’ resignation...

4 of 6 Missouri executive branch offices will soon be held by people who weren’t elected to those posts By TIM ROWDEN Editor Jefferson City – The...
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