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Leaving most policy related to vaping in the hands of the General Assembly, Gov. Mike Parson signed an executive order Tuesday, Oct. 15, ordering departments of Health and Senior Services, Elementary and Secondary Education and Public Safety to roll out the Clear the Air campaign, aimed at e…

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According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a crash on a road with a speed limit of 65 mph or greater is more than twice as likely to result in a fatality than a crash on a road with a speed limit of 45 or 50 mph and nearly five times as likely as a crash on a road with …

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"(James 'Kraig' Kahler) thrived on self-importance, community prestige and being perceived as having an ideal or perfect marriage," Chief Justice John Roberts summarized. "Now, maybe that's not the best way to order your life, but if that's what you mean by insanity, you can understand why that might cause some reservations."

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Elizabeth Warren repeatedly came under attack during Tuesday's Democratic presidential debate as rivals accused the Massachusetts senator of ducking questions about the cost of Medicare for All and her signature "wealth tax" plan in an attempt to derail her rising campaign.

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The Missouri Department of Agriculture posted proposed rules for the Missouri Industrial Hemp Program three weeks early. The rules, as required by provisions in Senate Bill 133, will amend existing regulations and transition the legal growth of industrial hemp in Missouri from a pilot resear…

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As expected, Alderwoman Megan Ellyia Green (D-15th award) is running for the state Senate seat being vacated by term-limited state Senator Jamilah Nasheed (D-St. Louis). And, as expected, her announcement on Monday, October 14 sparked a heated conversation about a white candidate trying to win an historically black seat in a majority-minority district.

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The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is celebrating Earth Science Week and want others to do the same to gain a better understanding and appreciation for the earth sciences and engage in responsible stewardship of Earth.

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The St. Joseph City Council will soon be voting on whether or not to prohibit vaping or e-cigarette use in indoor public places, a ban that was already in place years ago and was lifted due to state law.