Portal is unavailable - UPDATE

All access to the courtesy portal has been temporarily suspended while we work to resolve recent portal issues. We have identified a solution to the issues, and we are in the process of implementing and testing the solution.  We thank you for your continued patience while we work to resolve the issue.  We do not yet have an anticipated time frame as to when the portal will again be accessible to the public, but we consider this a priority.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.  If we can be of any assistance in providing specific information about a case until the portal is again available, please contact the AHC office at 573-751-2422 and ask to speak to Vicki Hale, or at ahc@oa.mo.gov.

Covid-19 update: The Administrative Hearing Commission is using social distancing in all hearings. It is recommended that if you attend a hearing that you wear a mask and exercise COVID-19 precautions. The AHC is also using videoconferencing for hearings in St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield, and Poplar Bluff or through WebEx whenever possible. Any member of the public wanting to attend a hearing by any method, please contact the Administrative Hearing Commission office at least 24 hours in advance of the hearing date (573-751-2422 or ahc@oa.mo.gov) for further instructions.

The Administrative Hearing Commission is comprised of up to five administrative judges, who hold the title “Commissioner.”  The Commissioners are required to be members of the Missouri Bar and are appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate.  The Commissioners do not sit as a panel. Instead each Commissioner is assigned to hear and decide cases.  All decisions are subject to judicial review, with certain tax issues reviewed directly by the Missouri Supreme Court. Commissioners conduct hearings and issue decisions in cases involving a state agency and private citizen or private entity and also hear disputes in motor vehicle franchises. Each Commissioner conducts contested case hearings, similar to a trial court, and has the power to administer oaths, make rulings on evidentiary objections, weigh the factual evidence that the parties provide, and render legal and factual determinations, as any trial judge. Commissioners exercise authority over the matters pending before them and operate independently from the state agencies that are involved in a particular dispute.

The Commission has statutory authority in over 100 specified matters including State tax, professional licensing, Medicaid provider issues, due process cases under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), certain environmental matters, and has constitutional authority to hear medical marijuana license appeals.

Additional information can be found on this website or please contact us.

Contact Us

Administrative Hearing Commission
United States Post Office Building
Third Floor
131 West High Street
Jefferson City, MO 65101

Mailing Address:
PO Box 1557
Jefferson City, MO 65102-1557
Telephone: (573) 751-2422
Fax: (573) 751-5018
Email AHC@oa.mo.gov