News Tribune editorial
We support right-to-work legislation, but not with the same fervor other proponents and opponents bring to the issue.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. That’s true in life and law. House Bill 636, which I sponsored, would stop financial exploitation of elderly Missourians before it occurs.
With each passing week in education, the more convinced I am that student learning must be richly influenced by professionals, business leaders and skilled workers from outside the school.
Operation Choke Point is an organized attempt by the administration, the FDIC, and the Department of Justice to bully and intimidate financial institutions from offering financial services to certain licensed, legally-operating industries the government doesn’t like in an attempt to choke off those industries from our country’s banking system.
Thank you for your work in providing interviews with and information of candidates for mayor and for school board.
In the immortal words of Mr. Spock “Logic clearly dictates that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.”
Some Missouri legislators are promoting legislation (SB271) to force all students to pass the USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Service) test before graduating. This is a wrong idea for several reasons.
If you’re a student experiencing stress, you’re not alone, according to a new study.
This year’s Mid-Missouri Heart Ball will coincide with Valentine’s Day, often symbolized by a heart.
On Saturday, Jan. 31, I had the good fortune of joining many of you at the Midwest March for Life.
Marketing is about offering the most attractive products and services — a combination of quality and cost — to the greatest number of people.
The News Tribune editorial (Our Opinion Feb. 1) reflects how our spineless Missouri senators were shamed into blocking a pay increase for themselves and other elected officials.
As parents of a Jefferson City Public Schools student, we have watched several issues with concern: a need for additional and upgraded facilities at JCPS; and concerns, as reported in the press, about issues or events at JCPS facilities.
Our community seems to be following a troubling national trend toward hyper-polarized politics, which is usually accompanied by an increase in irrational incivility.
I’ve done some research. The historical data is irrefutable. The climate is changing. According to historical data it has always been changing.