Supreme Court Will Hear Case on Government Censorship

Senator Schmitt calls it “the most important free speech case in a generation.”  The Supreme Court has scheduled March 18 to hear oral arguments in the case of…

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Governor Mike Parson, Missouri

Missouri Governor Mike Parson is the state’s 57th Governor as well as the state’s former Lieutenant Governor. We pray that God will guide him as he leads the people…

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Federal Jury Finds Realty Group Liable for Inflated Commissions

Plaintiffs claimed fixed commissions suppressed competition in home sales. This week a federal jury in Kansas City, Missouri, found that the National Association of Realtors (NAR) and other…

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FCC Announces Emergency Connectivity Funding

New round of funding will provide digital services for students. The Federal Communications Commission is committing funding to schools and libraries across the U.S. under the Emergency Connectivity…

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Six More States Approved for High-Speed Internet Grants

Capital Projects Fund approves infrastructure applications worth $1 billion The Department of the Treasury has approved broadband project proposals submitted by Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, and Utah.…

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Christmas Tree Prices Higher Due to Inflation

Some regions experiences shortages in supply. While Christmas tree farms have reported a strong harvest, some regions of the U.S. are experiencing a shortage even as others have…

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NWS Extends Tornado Watch in Parts of U.S.

Mississippi Valley at the heart of the supercells. The National Weather Service has extended warnings of thunderstorm systems bringing tornadoes and hail through a large portion of the…

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OSHA Celebrates Reduced Injuries in St. Louis Steel Plant

Acknowledged in the Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program in April. To highlight their Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)…

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Lifting of Title 42 Blocked by Federal Judge

Program would have ended May 23. A federal judge on Friday temporarily blocked President Biden’s administration from ending the Title 42 public health order on May 23. Judge…

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Baby Formula Shortage Concerns Parents and Pediatricians

FDA shutdown of Michigan manufacturer contributing to lowered supply. Supply chain and delivery issues are a part of a nationwide shortage of infant and baby formula, causing parents…

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