Missouri Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Voters in Medicaid
The Missouri Supreme Court on July 22 unanimously upheld the validity of a state constitutional provision expanding Medicaid eligibility and said services must be provided to the expanded population under the state budget recently enacted by lawmakers. The high court remanded the case back to the trial judge, who had ruled the other way, to determine how the implementation of Medicaid expansion should proceed.
Sunday: We're Back In Person for a Casual Event with a Focus on Voter Registration and Setting the Stage for 2022
Family Friendly Picnic in the Park
July 18, 2021
1:00 - 4:00pm
IBEW Local 124 - 301 E 103rd Terr. KCMO 64114
State Government News: First Black Woman Named to Missouri Supreme Court
We Say Goodbye to Longtime Legislator, Kansas City Chief and Friend Fred Arbanas
On Saturday, we were sad to learn of the passing of the longest serving member of the Jackson County Legislature in our history, Fred Arbanas at age 82.
Municipal Elections Tomorrow: April 6th
Missouri General Assembly News - Missouri Republicans Still Don't Care What You Think