MO State News

Missouri Realtors® Showcase area markets at MIPIM 2022 in Cannes, France

COLUMBIA – MIPIM, the world’s leading global real estate market, business conference, and networking event, welcomed Missouri REALTORS® to its 2022 event in Cannes, France, March 15-18. Missouri REALTORS® were among the 3,800 exhibiting companies at the event and were featured alongside 10 additional state and local REALTOR® associations in the USA Pavilion, hosted by the National …

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Johnson’s Shut-Ins State Park hosts a wildflower hike April 2

JEFFERSON CITY– Team members at Johnson’s Shut-Ins State Park invite the public on a spring wildflower hike at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, April 2. This informational trek will provide details on the types of flowers, their medicinal uses and some wild edibles that can be found right in your own backyard.   Participants should meet at the …

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Following alleged Ponzi scheme, company could face $4 Million in civil penalties

JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft’s Securities Division has issued an order to show cause why restitution, civil penalties and other administrative relief should not be imposed against a company and four individuals that allegedly offered and sold at least $760,000 in unregistered homemade “silver and gold certificates.”   Between April 2018 …

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Mo Secretary of State receives State Senate redistricting maps from Judicial Commission 

JEFFERSON CITY — Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft has announced that the Judicial Redistricting Commission has filed Missouri State Senate redistricting maps with his office. Ashcroft, as secretary of state, serves as the chief elections officer for Missouri.   The district maps were received by Ashcroft’s office yesterday at 4:48 p.m. from the Office of Administration …

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Five trends impacting the future of the global soy market

Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council JEFFERSON CITY – Last year, U.S. soybean farmers grew nearly one-third of the soybeans in the global market. To ensure U.S. Soy retains access to a quickly changing, consumer-driven market, five state soybean checkoff groups jointly funded an effort designed to help soybean farmers make smart and informed decisions that will …

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Missouri WIC implements third infant formula waiver from USDA

JEFFERSON CITY – Missouri WIC announces a new, temporary waiver that will allow the purchase of larger containers of formula using WIC benefits during the Abbott infant formula recall event. This temporary waiver allows Missouri WIC participants to purchase larger containers of formula if standard-size Similac formula is not available at authorized WIC retailers. Participants …

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Missouri policy allows pharmacists to provide easier access to free or low-cost COVID-19 testing

JEFFERSON CITY – A standing order was issued Tuesday by Missouri’s State Epidemiologist, Dr. George Turabelidze, which entitles individuals to receive coverage for purchased tests for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. This policy authorizes Missouri pharmacies to charge an individual’s insurance carrier, whether it is private insurance, Medicaid or Medicare coverage, for COVID-19 testing. …

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