Category: Legislative Resources

PRC postage increase order could represent existential threat to newspapers

From News Media Alliance: Arlington, VA – Today, the News Media Alliance and the National Newspaper Association – representing thousands of

Legislative Report: Week 1: 2021 Missouri Legislative Session Begins

NOW THAT 2020 IS IN THE REARVIEW MIRROR, GET READY FOR 2021First, mark your calendars! The 2021 legislative session

From NNA: IRS issues new rule allowing deductible expenses under PPP

The Internal Revenue Service this week issued a new ruling to clarify that small businesses receiving Paycheck Protection Program

Find your legislator: U.S. Senate

Follow the link below to find contact information for Missouri’s U.S. Senators, Roy Blunt and Josh Hawley. Click here: https://www.senate.gov/general/contact_information/senators_cfm.cfm?State=MO

Find your legislator: U.S. House of Representatives

Follow the link below to find contact information for Missouri's Representatives in Washington, D.C. Click here: https://www.house.gov/representatives#state-missouri

Find your legislator: Missouri Senate

Follow the link below to find contact information for the legislator representing your district. Click here: https://www.senate.mo.gov/senators-listing/

Find your legislator: Missouri House

Follow the link below to find contact information for the legislator representing your district. Click here: https://house.mo.gov/MemberRoster.aspx

MPA Legislative Report: 2021 Missouri Legislative Session Issues

The COVID-19 pandemic is still challenging for everyone including legislators and members of the general public. In anticipation of

From NNA: NOT TOO EARLY TO GET IN LINE FOR PPP 2.0 LOANS

The National Newspaper Association distributed the following regarding the additional stimulus funding passed by Congress and approved by Pres.

Special Session Ends, MO COVID-19 Vaccine Delivery Website, MO State Board of Education Meeting

SPECIAL SESSION ENDS WITH CARES ACT BUDGET BILL,SLIGHT PROGRESS ON COVID-19 BUSINESS LIABILITY PROTECTIONThe Missouri Senate briefly discussed, then

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