Clashes between state and federal law continue with Missouri lawmakers advancing proposed changes to the federal Affordable Care Act (ACA).
A recent AP article noted that the economy will “slam into a demographic wall” as the “vast baby boom generation” retires.
I wanted to I take this opportunity to thank Judy Baumgartner for her recent letter.
Advancing Jefferson City’s interests isn’t always an either-or proposition.
On Wednesday, I had the opportunity to present SB673 before the Senate Government Accountability and Fiscal Oversight Committee.
Heart disease has been getting local, state and national attention during February.
Milton Garber in his letter published Feb. 11 states that Jim Dyke’s cartoon published Feb. 4 is wrong.
I was checking the statuses of some House and Senate bills being presented this year that I thought were important. I thought other readers might be interested in the results of my search.
The Wall Street Journal Feb. 10 page 1 has pointed out a major health care coverage gap affecting millions of people and Missouri is one of six states hardest hit.
First, we need to clarify that the “Farm Bill” is really the “Food Stamp Welfare Bill” with a lot of pork thrown in to subsidize huge farming corporations.
Every time I see another of Dyke’s conservative, pot-stirring cartoons I experience the same giddy excitement I felt as a small boy waiting for feeding time at the St. Louis Zoo’s monkey house.
News Tribune editorial
Can two rights make a wrong? The question arises in connection with a local government channeling tax dollars to charity.
The House passed legislation last week to protect the First Amendment right of freedom of conscience for health care providers.
A school is a reflection of the community it serves. If there are issues within any community, whether they are acknowledged or not, those issues will affect the school.
Two state attractions soon may be serving Missourians in an additional way.