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2012 Crime & Prisons Stories
Radio Story - Missouri Senators held a hearing to debate possible changes in the states immigration policy for 2013
Radio Story - St. Peters investor faces cease-and-desist order after alleged $800,000 investment scheme
Radio Story - In a move unprecedented in recent memory, the FBI comes to the state Capitol to meet with staffers.
Radio Story - Rep. Jeff Roorda prefiled bill forcing drug dealers buy tax stamps with a penalty if they get caught without them.
Radio Story - Utility companies meet with Missouri Public Service Commissioners to discuss safety of electric grid from hackers
Radio Story - With less than one week until the election, Missouri's candidates for governor spar over failed Mamtek factory.
Newspaper Story - Spence: Nixon 'nowhere to be found' on Mamtek failure
Radio Story - An MU Athletic Department employee initially tried to dispute $6400 spent at a Las Vegas Strip Club
Radio Story - MU Athletics tightening rules on department credit cards after one staffer's $7,600 strip club escapade last year
Radio Story - DSS: No TANF drug tests have been administered under 2011 law
Newspaper Story - St. Louis police force is looking to gain local control on the November ballot.
Radio Story - St Louis police are looking to gain local control of the police force for the first time in over 100 years.
Newspaper Story - The use of propofol for lethal injection is considered by some to be a step backwards in human rights.
Radio Story - Former Supreme Court Justice Michael Wolff says Mo. Criminal Code needs updates
Radio Story - High ranking Republicans join in calls for Saint Louis local control.
Radio Story - Missouri may take it easy on first time substance abuse offenders
Radio Story - Supporters say new state law puts brakes on red light camera tickets, but could slow down city revenue.
Radio Story - A law went into effect today that will reduce the number of inmates to help save taxpayers' money.
Radio Story - Missouri political parties at odds over gun control
Newspaper Story - News summary for May 8
Radio Story - The bill could make it harder for citizens to commit voter fraud and for non U.S citizens to register to vote.
Radio Story - Cole County Circuit Clerk resigns following state audit found 'very serious' financial issues.
Radio Story - Both House and Senate approve measures to tighten laws on unlicensed childcare providers
Radio Story - The fight between free speech and religion continued at the state Capitol.
Newspaper Story - Former Missouri Governor Roger Wilson indicted by grand jury for his involvent with Missouri Employers Mutual.
Radio Story - Former Governor Roger Wilson indicted by a grand jury for his involvement with Missouri Employers Mutual.
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers voted for an amendment to lessen the penalties for crack cocaine.
Radio Story - As Jerry Sandusky appears in court, the Missouri House passes stricter mandatory reporting laws.
Newspaper Story - A bill raising the bar for wrongful death in inmate suicides stirs emotions in the Missouri House
Newspaper Story - House committee discusses bills to crack down on metal theft, eliminate phone usage while driving
Radio Story - Drug Monitoring Program to prevent people from 'doctor shopping'
Radio Story - The bill would exempt business owners from restricting the lawful carrying of firearms in a vehicle.
Radio Story - The Missouri House gave first round approval to a bill making it illegal to disrupt worshiping services.
Radio Story - The Senate's only licensed physician continues to block a prescription drug monitoring plan.
Radio Story - Bill to increase money for brain injury fund, set up commission
Radio Story - Bill monitoring prescription drugs met strong opposition from the only doctor in the Senate.
Newspaper Story - An American Bar Association task force presented recommendations to review the death penalty in Missouri.
Radio Story - Representatives approved a measure altering damage payouts in civil cases with multiple defendants.
Radio Story - The Senate Government Accountability Committee discussed an audit of the death penalty.
Newspaper Story - Costs of the Missouri death penalty could soon be unveiled
Radio Story - The mother of a dead child testified in favor of a bill that cracks down on unlicensed day care providers.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's Senate has voted to back off on laws that send parole and probation violators back to prison
Radio Story - Bipartisan House leaders are calling for a review of the state's redistricting process
Radio Story - After last year's fallout at Penn state, Missouri's House looks to tighten mandatory reporting laws.
Radio Story - Missouri joins other states in the proposal of Caylee's Law.
Newspaper Story - Representatives propose law that would require the guardian to report the death or disappearance of a child
Newspaper Story - A Missouri Senate bill would make protesting at a religious institution a crime
Radio Story - The Senate Judiciary heard a bill that would make deliberately disrupting a house of worship illegal
Radio Story - A House Committee heard a bill that would prevent the public from seeing crime photos.
Newspaper Story - The Missouri House is considering legislation that would require schools to investigate bullying.
Newspaper Story - A bill in the Missouri House could crack down on unlicensed child care providers.
Radio Story - Missouri House committee hears bill that requires gross negligence for any lawsuit over inmate suicides.
Radio Story - The Missouri House is considering new legislation which would require stricter anti-bullying policies in schools.
Radio Story - Tina Meier testifies in front of the House Children and Families Committee in support of an anti-bullying bill.
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers propose a bill that would close foster parent's personal information to the general public.
Radio Story - A House Committee discussed a bill that would crack down on unlicensed child care providers.
Newspaper Story - Missouri House committee discussed a bill that would allow advertisements on school buses
Newspaper Story - Bill proposed to facilitate transportation between children and their incarcerated mothers.
Radio Story - Legislation that would enable children to visit their incarcerated mothers
Newspaper Story - The Capitol heightened its security after six legislators found crosshair stickers outside their offices Tuesday.
Radio Story - Heightened Security at Missouri Capitol after Gun Stickers Cause Concern
Radio Story - Cross hair stickers were placed on doors of six lawmakers.
Radio Story - The House investigation into Mamtek's failed Moberly plant heard testimony from the company's patent lawyer.
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