Category: Legislative News

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


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

Newspaper Resources for the COVID-19 Pandemic

Missouri Press Association is collecting resources we think will be useful to you in these trying times. Google announces Journalism

Day at the Capitol is Jan. 30

Plan to attend the 2020 Missouri Press Association/Associated Press Day at the Capitol on Thursday, Jan. 30, in Jefferson

changes in Missouri legislation

Missouri legislation could include major problems for public notices

Two bills filed in the Missouri Senate and one in the House of Representatives would affect public notices printed

The 2016 session of the Missouri General Assembly closed at 6 p.m. Friday, May 13 UPDATED

Access to records maintained by public governmental bodies took a hit in the 2016 legislative session. New laws, if

Roundup of Legislation, including MPA-related bills

The Missouri General Assembly adjourned Friday, May 15, after a bizarre session that began January 7. The year 2015 will

Missouri Senate: Don’t Shut Down Police Video

April 24, 2015 TO:  Missouri Press Association members FROM:  Doug Crews, Executive Director RE:  HCS HB 762 Please contact your State Senator(s) in

MPA Legislative Update from Doug Crews, MPA – April 3, 2015

MPA Legislative Update from Doug Crews, MPA Police body camera and dashboard camera video access House Bill 762 was approved, 10-0,

Missouri Press Legislative Update, Feb. 5

Missouri Press Legislative Update, Feb. 5 Missouri Press staff has been reading and reviewing the nearly 1,300 bills that have

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