The state has chosen to hire a so-called "blind scorer" that will grade medical marijuana applications when companies begin submitting them on Aug. 3.
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Franks, who moved into the public eye as an activist during the Ferguson protests five years ago, said: "If I don’t make this move, St. Louis is going to kill me."
An informational meeting on the 1,230-acre Jay Nixon State Park is scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday at the Black River Center at Johnson’s Shut-Ins State Park, 148 Taum Sauk Trail, in Lesterville.
The state faces a $30 million repair bill because of flood damage to roads.
Auditor Nicole Galloway found improper mileage reimbursements and questionable vehicle purchases while Gov. Mike Parson was lieutenant governor.
A spokeswoman for the FBI confirmed the meeting, but would not say if it was related to medical marijuana.
Quarterly financial reports show Gov. Mike Parson with a large lead in fundraising over his likely Democratic opponent, Auditor Nicole Galloway.
The Missouri Supreme Court rejected a challenge to the make-up of the Clean Water Commission that put more farm-friendly members on the panel.
The groups say dog breeders have used the two rules ‘to circumvent the reach of state and local anti-puppy-mill legislation through obfuscating the nature and extent of their AWA violations.’
U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., has not weighed in on the controversy.