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2012 Local Government Stories
Radio Story - In a move unprecedented in recent memory, the FBI comes to the state Capitol to meet with staffers.
Radio Story - Prefiled Senate Bill Includes Another Attempt at Cigarette Tax Hike, but Sponsor Says It's Not a Priority
Radio Story - Rep. Jeff Roorda trying to keep families out of shopping malls on Thanksgiving
Radio Story - STL developer Paul McKee's attorney call for court to restore his $390M TIF in north city
Radio Story - State Supreme Court rules to get rid of city employee residency requirements
Radio Story - Voter turnout 7 percent below Secretary of State's projection in Tuesday vote.
Newspaper Story - Mo. Secretary of State projects 3 percent turnout increase
Radio Story - GOP comeback bus tour kicked off in Jefferson City Thursday
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 - Water lines have been shut off while workers repair a mainline break
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.
Radio Story - Ameren asks for $375.6 million. Customers ask why.
Radio Story - Akin is optimistic about his chances of winning the Senate race.
Radio Story - St. Louis Public School District still may not get accreditation despite meeting eligibility standards.
Radio Story - Rep. Jay Barnes proposed a bill to improve the DED before it was audited and will continue to do so.
Radio Story - A state audit found The Department of Economic Development did not do enough to avoid Moberly's Mamtek disaster
Radio Story - New state and federal laws allow military and overseas voters to vote for the president using e-mail.
Newspaper Story - Deadline for ballot withdrawal draws near for Republican Senate candidate Todd Akin.
Newspaper Story - Military personnel delpoyed overseas can now vote in the presidential election thorugh e-mails.
Radio Story - Kansas City labor union files first legal challenge over contraception law.
Radio Story - Missouri may take it easy on first time substance abuse offenders
Radio Story - Governor Nixon is in hot water again after an audit reveals he shifted $1.7 million in office costs.
Radio Story - Gov. Nixon opposes a bill dealing with vehicle taxes.
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.
Radio Story - Senate votes to cap historic preservation tax credits - essentially killing the "Mamtek" bill.
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers pass legislation that would allow a sales tax increase for projects in Kansas City and St. Louis
Newspaper Story - News summary for May 8
Radio Story - Missouri House members welcomed U.S. Senator Roy Blunt to speak at the Capitol.
Newspaper Story - U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt spoke to the Missouri House at the state Capitol.
Radio Story - House committee passes bill to mandate county assessors to consider market factors
Radio Story - Local students gather at the Capitol for Sketch Day.
Radio Story - A Missouri Senate Committee heard a bill keeping animals from gaining rights equal or greater than human rights.
Radio Story - The Missouri House endorses new requirements for economic development incentives following Mamtek failure.
Radio Story - The Missouri Senate rejected an attempt to eliminate a proposed wage increase for state workers.
Radio Story - Republicans block Senate vote on teacher tenure...by talking about cranberry bread
Radio Story - Westinghouse and Ameren Missouri partner to apply for federal grant money to develop small modular reactors.
Radio Story - Cole County Circuit Clerk resigns following state audit found 'very serious' financial issues.
Radio Story - Representative adds an amendment to a bill to up the prices of malpractice insurance.
Radio Story - House General Laws committee hears a bill banning pets from the Capitol building.
Newspaper Story - Senate General Laws Committee hears testimony on bill which would modify Missouri's Sunshine Law
Radio Story - The Senate narrowly rejects a St. Louis County senator's proposal to repeal teacher tenure.
Radio Story - The Senate's only licensed physician continues to block a prescription drug monitoring plan.
Radio Story - St. Louis city officials say they want control over firefighter pension fund.
Newspaper Story - Missouri Democrats seek to reform failing ethics in the state government.
Radio Story - Missouri could move to a closed primary system in 2013, forcing voters to vote according to their affiliation
Radio Story - Auditor Schweich released a report Monday detailing violations of the Sunshine Law over the past two years.
Radio Story - Dispatch's inaccurate editorial saying women were shut out of contraception floor debate causes stir.
Radio Story - Missouri students protested against plan to honor Rush Limbaugh.
Radio Story - The Missouri House joined the senate in passing a bill restricting employee lawsuits
Radio Story - A Senate bill will restrict Missouri public contracts with companies who invest with energy sections of Iran.
Newspaper Story - Budget sent to House floor with level college funding and cuts to the blind still intact.
Radio Story - A Senate committee heard a bill establishing the Missouri Works Program
Radio Story - Approximately 394 people filed for Missouri office, although the future of some districts is unknown.
Radio Story - Proposed workers' comp legislation would limit Missouri employees' right to sue employers.
Radio Story - Two attempts to prevent candidate filing dates to start.... fail.
Radio Story - Bipartisan House leaders are calling for a review of the state's redistricting process
Radio Story - A bill that would extend the filing deadline for state office was blocked by several senators Thursday.
Radio Story - The Senate Judiciary heard a bill that would make deliberately disrupting a house of worship illegal
Radio Story - Representatives passed through to the full chamber a bill to allow ads on the sides of school buses.
Newspaper Story - State Senate maps still need to be redrawn - and there's less than two weeks before candidates can start filing.
Radio Story - Students delivered 6,000 letters to lawmakers in protest of Gov. Nixon's proposed higher education budget cuts.
Radio Story - A business border war is brewing
Radio Story - A Senate Committee heard a constitutional amendment that would remove the ban on state funds to religious groups.
Radio Story - Two bills that would get rid of the non-partisan elections are heard for the first time.
Radio Story - A House Committee heard a bill that would prevent the public from seeing crime photos.
Radio Story - The house passed through a bill providing children easier access to their mothers in prison.
Radio Story - Lt. Gov. Kinder's budget proposal questioned due to last year's travel expense reimbursement.
Radio Story - Edward Jones Dome Discussions on the Senate floor the same day the CVC presents future dome plans to Rams.
Newspaper Story - John Hall's lack of expereience could effect DED Director Appointment.
Radio Story - Acting director Jason Hall appeared before a committee today to approve his appointment.
Newspaper Story - Missouri Representatives hope to introduce renewable energy to the capitol building and Missouri state parks.
Radio Story - The House higher education committee considered a plan to streamline courses at all public universities.
Radio Story - The House investigation into Mamtek's failed Moberly plant heard testimony from the company's patent lawyer.
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