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Radio Story - Senator John Cauthorn saved the governor's ethanol plan by compromising with the House.
Radio Story - The Missouri Senate finalized it's Eminent Domain bill.
Radio Story - In townhall fashion, the president addressed the administration's new Medicare plan.
Radio Story - Senator Engler says cellphones and business fax-lines need to be protected from telemarketers and unwanted advertisements.
Radio Story - The Democrats are using the filibuster in the hopes of preventing voter identification legislation from coming to a vote.
Radio Story - The Governor defended his ethanol plan at his Advisory Council on Agrigulture.
Radio Story - Lawmakers want to change current language in state law, so every Missourian exonorated for crimes they did not commit are eligable for compensation.
Radio Story - State Auditor Claire McCaskill says Missourians want new representation in Washington, that is in touch with Missouri needs.
Radio Story - Missouri's attorney general's office tells lawmakers the state's college loan program was pressured by the governor's office to sell off its assets.
Radio Story - House Republican Brian Baker wants to outlaw alcohol at the Capitol building, except for certain exceptions.
Radio Story - House Democrat Rachel Storch wants to reward low-income students who stay away from drugs and alcohol.
Radio Story - Senator Matt Bartle calls for a rare round-table in hope to coordinate the legislature's efforts in protecting against and prosecuting sexual offenders.
Radio Story - Democrat's fear Blunt's plan's to sell the student loan group to a large investment firm.
Radio Story - Governor Blunt's second address to the Missouri Assembly
Radio Story - Democratic Senators say that the middle class is gettinga raw deal from administration and Republican policies.
Radio Story - The Senate has until Friday, May 6th to pass the budget, which is a constitutional requirement.
Radio Story - A filibuster on Senator John Loudon's "Open Contracting Act" by Democrat Victor Callahan in response to the removal of governmental power to regulate workers' benefits and training.
Radio Story - The Senate Agriculture Committee is considering legislation that would legalize the use of physical therapy on dogs and cats.
Radio Story - Claire McCaskill says she needs more access into tax data to be sure what tax programs are working for Missouri citizens.
Radio Story - With department plans to increase asphalt production, rising prices of oil and gasoline make the costs of production to be higher than they have ever been.
Radio Story - Director of Transportation Pete Rahn sat as a desk in the middle of Highway 63 in order to make the point that work zones are dangerous and drivers should have a greater appreciation of their work.
Radio Story - The bill to cut medicaid was placed on layaway until the Senate session later in the day.
Radio Story - The Republicans haven't caved, and the Democrats haven't given up; the future of medicaid is still up in the air.
Radio Story - Democrat Pat Dougherty will filibuster the proposed medicaid cuts, which are on the schedule for the Senate.
Radio Story - Republican Matt Bartle from Jackson County supports state legislation to tax sexually oriented businesses.
Radio Story - Director of the Department of Mental Health said that there will not be a drastic push for closure of Bellefontaine.
Radio Story - Bill sponsor Rep. Mark Wright withdrew his bill ending college tenure, and will be re-submitting it to the House clerk sometime next week. The new bill will only call for the revising of current tenure laws, and not the elimination of the laws.
Radio Story - A bill passed the Senate changing Southwest Missouri State University to Missouri State University despite heavy opposition by University of Missouri officials and especially Senator Chuck Graham.
Radio Story - House Republican Sherman Parker wants to give parents more power to keep their children safe.
Radio Story - Rep. Mark Wright introduced a bill that could potentially elliminate tenure for college professors at public universities.
Radio Story - The NAACP held a meeting Wednesday at the Capitol and several members were upset with Blunt's cuts on healthcare.
Radio Story - Minority Leader Jeff Harris says Blunt's renovations will cost taxpayers more than one hundred thousand dollars.
Radio Story - Senator Chuck Graham requested that Governor Blunt release records of cabinet nominations and committee members.
Radio Story - Republicans are supporting a bill to name a bridge over the Mississippi after the late President Reagan
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