A recent trespassing case in Wyoming involving four area men may have created more questions than answers when it comes to accessing public land for recreation. But one thing is clear—we need federal action that guarantees we can all easily access public land.
By Phill Brooks
Missouri's legislature enters its final days of the 2022 legislative session facing an unusually large pile of partisan and ideological divisive issues.
By Garrett Hawkins
The clock is ticking. Not only on this year’s legislative session, but for Missouri legislators to enact landowner protections before more electrical transmission projects start knocking on our state’s door.
Unfortunately, it’s not that rare that our elected officials on just about every level violation Missouri’s open meetings law, which is also known as the Sunshine Law. It’s rare thing, however, when they openly admit doing so.
By Kevin Goldberg
“The right to speak and the right to print, without the right to know, are pretty empty.”
These are the words of Harold Cross, author of “The People’s Right to Know,” a book largely regarded as inspiration for the federal Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), which Congress passed in 1967.
Just when it looked like the School Resource Office (SRO) program in the Cuba School District was taking a big leap forward, it took two steps back last week when Cuba Police Chief Doug Shelton informed the city council he was not recommending approval of a new SRO contract with the school for the 2022-23 school year.