Fiber Optic Internet Access

Net neutrality battle reignites in Washington D.C.

The battle over net neutrality is heating up again – as supporters in Congress have just introduced a bill to reinstate Obama-era consumer protections that were lost after the Federal Communications Commission repealed them in 2017.  The “Save the Internet Act” would bring back rules that prevent Internet Service Providers from slowing down or blocking […]

Missouri Supreme Court

Audio: Missouri high court looking at constitutionality of 2014 change to workman’s compensation law

The Missouri Supreme Court is trying to determine if a workman’s compensation law is valid or unconstitutional based on its technical and unclear language.     The state legislature changed the rules in 2014 for compensation when a second workplace injury occurs. Starting that year, new claims for benefits through the state’s second injury fund […]

Farmer Standing in a Field

The “Silent Crisis” for America’s farmers

We rarely think of those in the farming community dealing with the silent crisis, however, farming is a crap shoot.  There are no guarantees in farming, with daily costs to run a farm continually on the rise, add to the mix weather that is unpredictable and the stress at times can be almost insurmountable.  With […]