Missouri Governor Jay Nixon (D.) vetoed legislation that would have allowed any adult who was legally allowed to possess a firearm to carry it without a permit.
The AAUP has dealt a blow to the University of Missouri by concluding that the firing of Melissa Click violated her rights.
The Missouri mass media professor who called for “some muscle over here” to oust a student journalist from covering a public protest has been charged with 3rd-degree assault, ABC 17 reports.
Vernon Jordan stole a rifle and an American flag from a home in Springfield, Mo., and ran to the doors of various houses without a shirt on shouting about his missing wife and child, the Springfield News-Leader reports.
An ethics watchdog group filed a legal complaint against Sen. Claire McCaskill (D., Mo.) on Thursday, saying she admitted to violating campaign finance laws in a Wednesday column for Politico.
Residents hoping to hold Missouri government unions accountable for members doing union work on the taxpayer dime—a practice known as “release time”—have little recourse because of loopholes in public records laws, according to a new report.
So that’s why they call Missouri the ‘Show Me State.’ Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon (D) tweeted a picture Tuesday while he was at the polls, encouraging residents of his state to vote.
A Democratic Party caucus chairman who has speculated about Jewish involvement in the 9/11 terrorist attacks has launched a new political action committee dedicated to supporting “anti-Zionist” Muslim candidates who believe “the ‘war on terror’ is a hoax and that the official story of 9/11 is not true,” according to the group’s website.