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While the 2023 session of the Missouri General Assembly led to passage of a roughly $50 billion budget that awaits approval from Gov. Mike Parson, local and state officials have mixed reviews on how well the past several months went in Jefferson City.

William “Dub” Duston took office in early 2019.

Proposed contract would cover higher salaries and benefits for Springfield Police Department officers on campus.

The measure in Springfield would tax recreational weed at 3% to fund public safety, mental health, substance abuse and housing initiatives. 

A council member stresses savings by negotiating quickly on Hotel of Terror purchase.

Newsmakers in the areas of art, banking & finance, health care, law, nonprofit and technology.

The Jefferson Avenue Footbridge is earmarked for funding, as are OTC and MSU.

Springfield City Council and owner of haunted attraction will continue negotiations instead of taking the issue to a public vote. 

Aton Law Firm's Stephen F. Aton: "While almost everyone should have a will, there are many different planning techniques to handle your assets, and no single solution applies to all people. It is a good idea to confer with your planning professionals to design a custom plan for your unique circumstances."

Carnahan Evans' Jay Preston: "With the majority of Missouri’s neighboring states having only medical marijuana programs, or none at all, Missouri is emerging as a leading state in the Midwest for marijuana."

Lynne Haggerman & Associates owner says, "In light of the new laws and guidance, companies must take three steps: first, ensure current practices are in compliance; second, update policies, forms and employee handbooks; and third, conduct management and workforce training."

SBJ interviews the partner at Kutak Rock LLP.

When Michael Cordonnier stepped down as presiding judge of the Greene County Circuit Court in March, Jerry Harmison was selected to take up the mantle and lead the judicial team.

Buffer yard enforcement requires resident vigilance, city officials say.

Two customers had minor injuries, according to the Springfield Police Department.

TIF phase is given the nod a decade after it was first introduced.

Meeting delayed for last-minute campaign filings.

A grocery chain is among proposed uses for the contested site in University Heights. 

Var-iety Auto’s is no longer operational.

Law enforcement, fire safety and emergency medical services providers are recipients.

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