Listen here for an interview with Stan Hudson, a health literacy expert and associate director of the Center for Health Policy at MU about the Marketplace Navigators program.
Many Missourians will likely need help navigating the Affordable Care Act's new health insurance marketplace that's set to go online by Oct. 1, but one analyst says there might not be enough time or federal funding to train those who can help.
Today Paul Pepper welcomes back ED HANSON, with Talking Horse Productions, who talks about a one-woman show from "Flower and Bone Productions" centered around the life and times of Georgia O'Keeffe, opening May 10 at Berlin Theatre. Also, RACHEL ELLERSIECK is looking for volunteers for the "Go Girl" half-marathon on May 25, which can benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities.
A Missouri House committee has advanced a proposed constitutional amendment aimed at protecting gun rights.
The amendment approved on Tuesday would define the right to bear arms as "unalienable" and require the state to defend against any "infringement" of that right. It would also include defending one's "family" with a firearm as a guaranteed constitutional right.
Sponsoring Republican Sen. Kurt Schaefer, of Columbia, says the legislation would protect against proposed gun control laws at the state and federal level.
Collegiate Housing Partners of St. Louis is seeking to build a 112-uniit housing complex near Mark Twain residence hall in downtown Columbia on Conley Ave. One issue standing in the way of the company’s plans is parking. The company wants to provide 115 parking spaces, but city code requires 300 spaces for a complex of this size.
Columbia Development Services Manager Pat Zenner said parking is an issue the city has yet to figure out.