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Newspaper Story - Three top budget and education lawmakers said Thursday there is no impending legislation that would thust post-tenure review on the University of Missouri system
Newspaper Story - Former U.S. Attorney and current top prosecutor in John Danforth's Waco probe is cleared in Justice Department inquiry into his actions against Missouri's concealed weapon's inquiry.
The Missouri House voted 127-34 to override Gov. Mel Carnahan's veto and ban partial birth abortion.
Newspaper Story - An expert on term limits told a panel of lawmakers that the limits will shift the balance of power toward the governor.
Newspaper Story - Agreement is reached on a tax bill that both the governor's office and a key GOP leader endorse.
Newspaper Story - On the wave of his contribution to the legislative session's two biggest issues, Senator Ken Jacob ascends to the level of major player in the Missouri Senate.
Newspaper Story - The governor threatens to veto the legislative pension bill and attacks lawmakers.
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers sent bills to the Governor to raise retirement benefits, ban some types of abortions, and delay tax relief
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers sent a bill to the governor that makes it harder for Planned Parenthood to receive state family planning funds.
Newspaper Story - A wrap-up of Wednesday's legislative action.
Newspaper Story - The partial-birth-abortion filibuster in the State Senate passed the 30 hour mark amid historical rarity and bizarre events.
Newspaper Story - If Columbia is looking for help in its fight against urban sprawl, it may come from the state legislature.
Newspaper Story - Catching a fish would no longer put you at risk of being a felon, if Gov. Mel Carnahan signs a bill changing last November's cock-fighting ban.
Newspaper Story - Rep. Wayne Crump's bill to restrict federal land purchases passes the House.
Newspaper Story - Not two weeks after voters rejected concealed weapons, a bill was introduced that would prohibit cities and counties from suing the gun industry.
Newspaper Story - A joint resolution passed the House Elections Committee that would repeal voter-approved term limits.
Newspaper Story - Urban Democratic legislators met to denounce the NRA's heavy spending in the Proposition B campaign.
Newspaper Story - Senator Kit Bond sent a letter to US Attorney General Janet REno requesting an investigation into Missouri's US Attorneys' use of federal funds to campaign against Prop B.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's two US Attorneys have used taxpayer money to campaign against prop B. Justice Department declines detailed comment.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's two US attorneys are using Department of Justice facilities to lobby against Proposition B, the concealed weapons proposal.
Newspaper Story - Some lawmakers want to require the federal government to get legislature approval before purchasing land in Missouri.
Newspaper Story - Legislature moving toward repealing law that required Department of Health to notify landlords three days in advance of inspection.
Newspaper Story - Department of Conservation is looking into bringing elk back to Missouri.
Newspaper Story - Anti-abortion legislators asked a state attorney to request the U.S. Court of Appeals to require Planned Parenthood to return family planning funds.
Newspaper Story - House leaders want to change the referendum procedure as it realtes to conservation issues to a 2/3 majority rather than a simple one.
Newspaper Story - Senate Retirement committee pushes bill to the legislature that will establish a fund to hold the tobacco settlement money while it decides what to do with it.
Newspaper Story - The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals threw out Planned Parenthood's lawsuit to receive a portion of state family planning funds.
Newspaper Story - Columbia legislators comment on Gov. Carnahan's state of the state address.
Newspaper Story - Attorney General Jay Nixon filed a lawsuit against the state's largest hog farm charging violations of the state's environmental laws.
Newspaper Story - Special House committee recommends that a fifty cent fee on tire sales be extended through 2004. The fee funds tire waste clean up throughout the state.
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