Republicans in Idaho and Missouri will have to attend caucuses to make their presidential picks next year after the two states’ GOP-led legislatures canceled their presidential primaries and then missed a deadline to reinstate them.
In a bold move, the organization “Shout Your Abortion” has erected several eye-catching billboards along Interstate 55, delivering a powerful message to thousands of drivers in the region: “Shout Your Abortion.”
Seven candidates have qualified for Wednesday night’s debate at Ronald Reagan’s presidential library in California, the Republican National Committee said, confirming that former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson did not make the cut this time.
Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) honored U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) with its 2023 Legislator of the Year award in recognition of his steadfast commitment to America’s veterans and championing legislation to improve their benefits and services.
Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders, along with state Sen. Jonathan Dismand and state Rep. David Ray, has called a special session focusing on tax cuts, the COVID-19 pandemic, and freedom of information.
Samuel “Joe” Wurzelbacher, who was thrust into the political spotlight as “Joe the Plumber” after questioning Barack Obama about his economic policies during the 2008 presidential campaign, has died, his son said Monday. He was 49.
As businesses look to hire workers, new measure in Missouri looks could help those with disabilities get hired and help businesses fill open positions. The Missouri Employment First Act looks to help people with disabilities overcome employment barriers.
Missouri’s Republican Attorney General Andrew Bailey and the families of transgender children are in court this week fighting over whether a new law banning minors from receiving gender-affirming health care will take effect as scheduled Monday.