Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster has announced he will support an appeal of a federal court decision ordering public schools to open male and female bathrooms to students of the opposite sex.
A decision by a federal judge to fully reinstate the operating license of Planned Parenthood’s Columbia abortion clinic has drawn sharp criticism from leaders in the Missouri Legislature.
A former student at Missouri State University has filed suit in federal court against the University after being dismissed from the school’s counseling program because of his Christian beliefs.
Missouri Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder has issued a public demand to the Obama Administration to withdraw their recent edict ordering unisex bathrooms in the nation’s public schools.
A group of Illinois parents have filed suit against a local school district and the federal government to protect the bathroom privacy and safety of their children enrolled in the public schools.
The Missouri House of Representatives has adopted a proposed constitutional amendment that would grant legal protection to preborn children from the moment of conception.
A proposed constitutional amendment to strengthen religious freedom protections for pastors, churches, and religious organizations, has died in a committee of the Missouri House of Representatives.
A federal appeals court panel has ruled that a student must be allowed to use the bathrooms, locker rooms, and shower rooms of the opposite sex.
The Missouri Senate is moving forward with contempt proceedings against a leading state official in Planned Parenthood’s abortion empire.
The Missouri Senate has joined the Missouri House of Representatives in voting to remove all state funding for Planned Parenthood from the state budget for fiscal year 2017, which begins on July 1st.