Proposed legislation would allow testing of Missouri workers for medical pot
Newly-released reports on the March 2019 death of a Missouri inmate show he was given little to no medical care for weeks and was accused of faking symptoms of the leukemia that ultimately killed him.
Missouri lawmaker invested in medical marijuana business, but didn’t get a license. Now he’s mad. via @JackSuntrup
The man tasked with leading the effort to implement Missouri's medical marijuana program testified in front of the Missouri House Special Committee on Government Oversight.
Cannabis had a big #ElectionNight . Michigan voted to legalize cannabis for recreational use, while Utah and Missouri legalized it for medical use. They join 31 other states that have already gone the medical route & nine others that have gone recreational.
Missouri's Senate has passed a bill that would ban abortions at eight weeks of pregnancy except in cases of medical emergency, with no exceptions for rape or incest.
Yesterday voters in Michigan passed a recreational marijuana bill, & both Missouri and Utah passed medical marijuana initiatives. As a bonus, Jeff Sessions resigned today Getting rid of government tyranny is tough, which is why you never want it to take hold in the first place.
The #USArmy 's greatest asset is our people. Sgt. Brooke Grether is a military police officer with the 603rd MP Company and an emergency medical technician in Missouri. U.S. Army #KnowYourMilp #ArmyValueshoto by Master Sgt. Michel Sauret
The Missouri House gives initial approval to bill that would legalize medical marijuana for many patients:
The state of Missouri plans to execute Russell Bucklew today. Bucklew’s unique medical condition means that the execution is likely to go horribly wrong. And Missouri wants to hide all this from the public.