Jeniece Andrews, left, prays with a woman who pulled over her car to embrace her by the rubble of her business, Hidden Treasures. Andrews sank her life savings into her store, which was burned down after a grand jury decided not to indict former Ferguson Police officer Darren Wilson.
Jeniece Andrews invested her life savings — and her family’s money — into an upscale boutique in Ferguson called Hidden Treasures. Attached to a Little Caesar’s restaurant, the store sold jewelry, clothing and accessories to a diverse clientele throughout Ferguson.
Missouri’s business community is getting more vocal in pushing the state’s legislators to expand Medicaid.
The St. Louis Regional Chamber held a panel Friday with business leaders who expressed frustration that the state is not capturing federal dollars to provide Medicaid coverage to more low-income residents.
This year, the state will pass up $2 billion dollars in federal funds.
After the panel discussion, St. Louis Regional Chamber President and CEO Joe Reagan said that Jefferson City needs to get the message.
When Boeing decided to move production of its 777X passenger plane out of Seattle, states across the country were eager to offer their services. Missouri's political and business leaders were no exception. They simply couldn't miss out on the chance to cement thousands of high-paying jobs for decades to come.