More than 100 activists marched from the Boone County Courthouse to Sen. Roy Blunt’s office.
The senator’s resolution will award the Congressional Gold Medal to “scholar-soldiers.”
Supporters for the reform believe Article 32 to be biased against the victims of sexual assault.
The president said he would put off a vote on the military strike while working on a diplomatic option.
Roughly 7 million college students will be affected by the decision.
The protestors dressed in orange jumpsuits.
Missouri loses $239 million in Internet tax revenue each year.
MU has yet to feel the pinch of sequestration cuts.
Monsanto has donated to MU and Blunt in recent years.
Hagel was confirmed as Secretary of Defense on Tuesday.
Sen. Roy Blunt says MU professor’s boron research shows "incredible promise."
Half of MU students reported feeling serious stress last semester.
Amidst Congressional debate over disaster funding, Blunt finds alternative for funds.
Due to recent flooding, Missouri senators are organizing managing problems.
Blunt sponsored a tax relief act and announced the Joplin Tomorrow Foundation.
Both senators support legislation capping federal spending at 20 percent of the GDP.
The campaigns aim to reach out to younger demographics.
The candidates had previously debated in Kansas City on Thursday.
The poll showed Blunt’s largest lead to date.
The candidate for U.S. Senate spoke at a Columbia store Tuesday morning.