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Missouri is set for a new political battle over redistricting as the legislature is predicted to pass a resolution that will place ballot amendment before the voters in November.
Farmers have few practical alternatives to Roundup, but still have faith in the weed killer, Farm Bureau president says
JEFFERSON CITY – Despite tens of thousands of lawsuits and well orchestrated advertising campaigns from plaintiff lawyers, farmers in Missouri still put their faith in Roundup and have little in the way of alternatives, an agriculture advocate said during a recent interview.
Judge declines to block state's fake meat law, Missouri Farm Bureau supports proper labeling for products
JEFFERSON CITY – A federal judge earlier this month refused to strike down a Missouri law that would ban companies from labeling products that were plant-based or meat substitutes as meat.
JEFFERSON CITY – Missouri farmers are fighting back against what they claim are attacks by the growing industry producing plant-substitutes for traditional meat.
House moves forward limiting private company's ability to be granted eminent domain for Grain Belt Express
JEFFERSON CITY – Proposed legislation limiting the ability of private companies to be granted the power of eminent domain has passed one hurdle with a vote in Missouri's House.