Missouri

Some Missourians who received unemployment insurance payments during the coronavirus pandemic are now being told they have to pay back the money. Marissa Crozier told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that...
Several people may be facing evictions in the new year if a temporary halt on COVID-19 related evictions is lifted. Dan Wichmer, the executive director of legal services of Southern Missouri, said a...
Whether your school district is still entirely online or moving toward a hybrid or in-person plan, a lot has changed in St. Louis region’s education landscape due to COVID-19. But some things have...
Local courts are still sorting out what the Centers for Disease Control’s eviction order does for landlords and tenants. Areas like Jefferson County that didn’t have a moratorium on evictions before...
Legal advocates say they're starting to see an increase in cases related to the coronavirus pandemic. At Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, family law cases related to domestic violence are rising...
How will the legal system balance public health concerns with due process in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic? Chief Judges have had to rethink how day-to-day business gets done. Dan Glazier,...
The need for legal services has always been great and requests far exceed resources in normal times. As this pandemic unfolds, the need for help potentially will exceed anything we have ever...
As some governors start to allow businesses to reopen, they're under pressure to clarify whether people can refuse a job offer and stay on unemployment if they're afraid of catching the coronavirus...
More people filed for food stamps in Missouri in March as job losses mounted and the state intensified its response to the new coronavirus pandemic. A St. Louis-based legal aid attorney who helps...
For Mid-Missouri Legal Services, grant funding from the $2.2 trillion federal relief package cannot come soon enough. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security, or CARES Act, includes a $50...

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