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Radio Story - In a move unprecedented in recent memory, the FBI comes to the state Capitol to meet with staffers.
Radio Story - Voter turnout 7 percent below Secretary of State's projection in Tuesday vote.
Radio Story - Missouri has less representation in Washington D.C. because of illegal immigration.
Newspaper Story - Proposition E puts health care back on Missouri ballots
Radio Story - New state and federal laws allow military and overseas voters to vote for the president using e-mail.
Newspaper Story - Military personnel delpoyed overseas can now vote in the presidential election thorugh e-mails.
Radio Story - Lawmakers override governor's veto of contraception legislation
Newspaper Story - Mo. lawmakers voted 109-45 to pass contraception bill into law over Nixon objection, did not challnege car tax veto
Newspaper Story - Car taxes, contraception likely on tap for Sept. 12 veto session
Radio Story - Lawmakers decide not to pursue passing rabies vaccination legislation
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers return Wednesday to take up vetoes by Gov. Jay Nixon.
Radio Story - Telemarketers will not be able to call cell phones on the state's expanded no call list starting Tuesday.
Radio Story - Missouri Attorney General said expanded no call list addresses major consumer complaint
Radio Story - The fifth in a five-part series on the debate over residential care for persons with developmental disabilities.
Radio Story - Habilitation centers vs. community living: the fourth in a five-part series on developmental disabilities.
Radio Story - A bill calls for a smooth transition plan to transfer people with disabilities to communities died.
Newspaper Story - Wedge issues have been prominent this legislative session; one resolution tops it off
Radio Story - Mo. lawmakers approve earlier hours to serve alcohol at Lambert International Airport
Radio Story - The Missouri House voted to defund the women's instute at UMSL
Newspaper Story - News summary for May 8
Newspaper Story - The Senate's only physician launches filibuster against a prescription drug monitoring program.
Radio Story - A Missouri lawmaker takes a public stance against a bill that would limit sexuality discussions in school.
Newspaper Story - Missouri Replubican representative speaks out against bill banning discussion of sexual orientation in schools
Radio Story - A Missouri Senate Committee heard a bill keeping animals from gaining rights equal or greater than human rights.
Radio Story - The Missouri Senate decided not to cut healthcare benefits for the blind and visually impaired.
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 - The Missouri Senate rejected an attempt to eliminate a proposed wage increase for state workers.
Newspaper Story - Senate General Laws Committee hears testimony on bill which would modify Missouri's Sunshine Law
Radio Story - The fight between free speech and religion continued at the state Capitol.
Radio Story - The Missouri auditor will appeal a court ruling that struck down the fiscal note for a tax ballot initiative.
Radio Story - House Committee passes slimmed down version of twice-vetoed workplace discrimination bill.
Radio Story - House committee hears whistle blower bill, after it was vetoed last year.
Radio Story - House passes a measure that would guarantee the right to bear arms.
Radio Story - Legislators spoke in favor of disability rights after hundreds rallied at the Capitol
Radio Story - Representatives from Anheuser Busch and Miller brewing companies testify to stop bill from going to Senate floor.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's House votes to require presidental candidates to prove they really were born in the U.S.
Newspaper Story - Hundreds of people representing labor unions and religious groups came to the Capitol to protest.
Radio Story - Anti-abortion rally at the state Capitol
Newspaper Story - Missouri newspapers could face increased costs for printing materials.
Radio Story - A bill that would repeal tax credits for newspapers passes through committee.
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 - Dispatch's inaccurate editorial saying women were shut out of contraception floor debate causes stir.
Radio Story - The Missouri House joined the senate in passing a bill restricting employee lawsuits
Radio Story - Muslims and other immigrants rallied in front of the state Capitol to oppose proposed immigrant legislation.
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 - Bipartisan House leaders are calling for a review of the state's redistricting process
Radio Story - A bill was passed that would require driver's license testing to be administered in English only.
Radio Story - Senators debated new additions to no-call list legislation.
Radio Story - The house officially declared their opposition to a federal health mandate, but not without debate.
Newspaper Story - The representatives responded after Missouri's House declared its opposition to the federal contraception mandate
Radio Story - The Senate Judiciary heard a bill that would make deliberately disrupting a house of worship illegal
Radio Story - Gov. Nixon's call to state lawmakers to take action on an ethics bill falls mostly on deaf ears.
Radio Story - A state Senate committee passed a bill reacting with the birth control portion of Obamacare.
Radio Story - Crowds outside the Capitol chanted their opposition to a ballot measure capping payday loan rates.
Radio Story - Protesters rally against payday loan initiative.
Newspaper Story - The proposed bill would not require health care providers to provide contraceptives to their employees.
Radio Story - A House Committee heard a bill that would prevent the public from seeing crime photos.
Radio Story - A House bill protects health care provider's from violating consciences
Radio Story - House bill restricts legislative retirement benefits to 16 years
Radio Story - Cross hair stickers were placed on doors of six lawmakers.
Radio Story - Senate gives preliminary approval to legislation requiring a vote before Missouri could implement Obamacare.
Newspaper Story - Missouri senate resolution wants to repeal amendment banning state funding for religious institutions
Radio Story - A re-introduced bill runs into road blocks in the Senate.
Radio Story - The House investigation into Mamtek's failed Moberly plant heard testimony from the company's patent lawyer.
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