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Jefferson City, MO, United States

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Past articles by Marshall:

Tourism officials across Missouri hope for more money from Parson

Promoters of Missouri tourism, stung when then-Gov. Eric Greitens cut the state tourism budget in half, are encouraged that his successor wants to restore → Read More

Former Greitens advocate group wants lawsuit seeking records tossed out

Updated Friday with a response from the attorney general ’ s office – A non-profit group set up to promote the agenda of then-Gov. Eric Greitens is asking → Read More

Arguments wrap up in Missouri’s voter photo ID lawsuit

Proponents of Missouri’s voter photo ID law contend it has not restricted voting, while opponents argue it keeps people from the polls. The two sides made → Read More

Missouri’s photo-ID voter law challenged in circuit court

Proponents of Missouri’s photo-ID voter law argued Monday it’s not burdensome, while those suing to overturn it say it’s exclusionary. House Bill 1631 , → Read More

Missouri's drought has lessened, but farmers still struggle

Despite recent rainfall, more than half of Missouri is still in a drought, hitting hard at one of the state’s key economic engines: agriculture. Missouri → Read More

Revised STEM and treatment court bills pass Missouri special session

It’s mission accomplished for Gov. Mike Parson, as the Missouri Legislature’s special session is all but over. The Senate Friday debated and passed both → Read More

No veto overrides, but Missouri lawmakers more than halfway done with special session

While the special legislative session moves forward, Missouri lawmakers have wrapped up their annual veto session with no overrides. The House did vote in → Read More

Missouri special session begins to fix 2 bills vetoed by Parson

State lawmakers return to the Missouri Capitol on Monday for a special session designed to pass two pieces of legislation vetoed by Gov. Mike Parson. And → Read More

Missouri special session begins to fix 2 bills vetoed by Parson

State lawmakers return to the Missouri Capitol on Monday for a special session designed to pass two pieces of legislation vetoed by Gov. Mike Parson. And → Read More

Lawmakers trying to pass STEM education and treatment court bills in special session

Missouri’s latest special legislative session is underway as House and Senate members work to revise two bills vetoed earlier this year by Gov. Mike Parson → Read More

State website aims to show how Missouri’s government spends money

Missouri has a website designed to make government more transparent, according to state Treasurer Eric Schmitt. Schmitt’s office recently launched → Read More

Karsten named new public safety director

Gov. Mike Parson has removed the interim tag from Sandra Karsten’s job title as director of the Department of Public Safety. Last week, the superintendent → Read More

Missouri offers farmers help to get through drought

Missouri is experiencing one of its worst droughts in decades, and state officials are implementing some emergency measures to help ease the pain. Gov. → Read More

Parson talks infrastructure and drought at the Missouri State Fair

Although Mike Parson has been a regular fixture at the Missouri State Fair for several years, the 2018 fair is his first as governor of the state. And he → Read More

Juden out as public safety director; Parson names Karsten as interim leader

Gov. Mike Parson is replacing one of the Missouri Cabinet members he inherited from former Gov. Eric Greitens. Charles “Drew” Juden has served as public → Read More

Proposed fuel tax increase remains on Missouri ballot

Updated 6:02 p.m. with plaintiffs’ announced appeal - Missouri residents will have the chance in November to vote on a gas tax increase. Associatate → Read More

Dome of Missouri Capitol closes for 2 years of renovation

Today is the last day visitors to the Missouri Capitol can walk up to the top of the building’s iconic dome until the year 2020. The top of the dome has a → Read More

Judge weighs whether to strip fuel tax increase from Missouri’s November ballot

A lawsuit heard Tuesday in Jefferson City would remove a referendum from the November ballot to gradually raise Missouri’s fuel tax by 10 cents a gallon. → Read More

Three political newcomers and veteran Chappelle-Nadal seek Missouri House District 86 seat

Term-limited out of her Senate seat, Maria Chappelle-Nadal is facing three newcomers as she tries to move to the House for one final term. Whoever wins the → Read More

Tax issues are key in race for Republican nomination in House District 110

Taxes on income, fuel and property are driving the Republican contest for the Missouri House seat that covers portions of St. Louis and Franklin counties. → Read More