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Kander Celebrates National Library Card Sign-Up Month

Kander Celebrates National Library Card Sign-Up Month

Secretary of State Jason Kander is encouraging Missouri families to celebrate National Library Card Sign-Up Month by getting a library card for the start of the new school year. “With school beginning, now is a perfect time for families to visit their local library together to sign up for a library card,” Kander said. “No […]

Missouri Chief Justice Honors Judge Karl A.W. DeMarce  During Annual Awards Ceremony

Missouri Chief Justice Honors Judge Karl A.W. DeMarce  During Annual Awards Ceremony

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Judge Karl A.W. DeMarce, an associate circuit judge in Scotland County (in the 1st Judicial Circuit), was one of seven judges honored by Supreme Court of Missouri Chief Justice Mary R. Russell at an annual ceremony honoring exemplary service to the people of Missouri. The ceremony was held Thursday morning, September […]

Override Failure Hits Missouri Dairy Hard

Override Failure Hits Missouri Dairy Hard

  Chesterfield, MO — Missouri’s dairy farmers are very disappointed today in how close the Missouri General Assembly came to an override of Governor Jay Nixon’s veto of HB 1326 and SB 506 which contained the “Missouri Dairy Revitalization Act of 2014.” “Despite the Missouri Senate passing the override by a 24-7 vote, the override […]

Missouri Legislature’s Veto Session Hands Governor Historic Defeat

Missouri Legislature’s Veto Session Hands Governor Historic Defeat

By Missouri Digital News Staff State lawmakers handed the governor the largest number of veto overrides in any year of Missouri’s history. In total, 47 budget cuts were overridden along with overrides of 10 non-budget bill vetoes during a one-day veto session Wednesday, Sept. 10. The income-tax bill veto had been overridden during the regular […]

Missouri Employers Should See Lower Workers’ Compensation Rates In 2015

Missouri Employers Should See Lower Workers’ Compensation Rates In 2015

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Preliminary figures collected by the Missouri Department of Insurance from the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) indicate workers’ compensation insurance will decrease for many industries in 2015. The NCCI recently proposed an overall decrease of 3.7 percent from its 2014 loss costs. Insurers and self-insurers use loss costs to establish […]

Why I Support the Veto Override of SB 506

by Senator Brian Munzlinger I filed Senate Bill 506 on December 1, 2013. As the legislative session progressed, key agricultural measures were added in the Missouri Senate and House of Representatives. When the session ended on May 16, 2014, SB 506 and House Bill 1326 were almost identical and served as the major agriculture bills […]

Representative Craig Redmon Receives Friend Of Agriculture Award

Representative Craig Redmon Receives Friend Of Agriculture Award

The Scotland County Farm Bureau is proud to announce that Representative Craig Redmon is a recipient of the 2014 Farm Bureau Friend of Agriculture Award. “This award is in recognition of Representative Redmon’s voting record on issues of importance to agriculture, his working relationship with farmers in the Scotland County Farm Bureau, and his willingness […]

Vast Majority of Voters Sit on Sidelines as Three Amendments Added to Missouri’s Constitution

Vast Majority of Voters Sit on Sidelines as Three Amendments Added to Missouri’s Constitution

Secretary of State Jason Kander announced the unofficial voter turnout in the August 5th primary election was 24.58 percent. Approximately 998,495 of Missouri’s 4,061,820 registered voters turned out to vote on constitutional amendments and nominate party candidates.  “I want to thank the local election authorities and poll workers for all of their hard work in […]

MO Kids are ‘Racing to Read’

Thousands of Missouri children and their caregivers are kicking their reading skills into high gear this summer, with grants from the state to enrich early literacy programs at local libraries. Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander says the “Racing to Read” grants established by his office were designed to expand and strengthen the quality and […]

Primary Election Will Decide Fate of 3/4 Cent Sales Tax for Transportation

Primary Election Will Decide Fate of 3/4 Cent Sales Tax for Transportation

With a long list of projects that Scotland County will benefit from over the next 10 years if Amendment #7 is approved by Missouri voters, local poll goers will have to decide on August 5th whether or not the temporary 3/4 of a cent increase in state sales tax is worth it. Voters in the […]

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