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November 2012 Stories
Radio Story - MO National Guard Captain speaks out about her role in preventing suicide amongst members.
Radio Story - Republicans condemn Gov. Nixon's support of Medicaid expansion.
Radio Story - Hospitals favor Medicaid expansion as without it, hospitals serving low-income patients lose more money.
Newspaper Story - Gov. Nixon announces support for Medicaid expansion while many Republicans state opposition.
Radio Story - With many Republican lawmakers stating opposition to expanding Medicaid, one remains concerned over the cost.
Radio Story - Republicans react to governor's support of Medicaid expansion
Radio Story - Bosnian refugees have rejuvenated South St. Louis
Radio Story - Missouri will lose state tax revenue if no deal is reached in Congress to lower the federal income tax in 2013.
Radio Story - STL developer Paul McKee's attorney call for court to restore his $390M TIF in north city
Radio Story - Transportation committee members say raising taxes may be only way to fix Missouri's crumbling road system
Radio Story - House Democrats announced today they are filing a bill that makes changes to ethics and campaign finance laws.
Radio Story - Freshmen House members learn about the legislative process.
Radio Story - State Auditor uncovers issues within Missouri State Lottery Commission
Radio Story - Utility companies meet with Missouri Public Service Commissioners to discuss safety of electric grid from hackers
NewsBook - News summary for the week of November 12, 2012
Newspaper Story - Missouri Public Service Commission exploring new rate class for low-income residents
Radio Story - Missouri sees 6 percent jump in international student enrollment
Radio Story - Missouri Chamber of Commerce pushes back on minimum wage increase
Radio Story - Director of the Mo. Dept. of Revenue has refused to attend the past three committee meetings on government bidding
Radio Story - October job reports show Missouri's unemployment rate is still below the national average.
Radio Story - State Supreme Court rules to get rid of city employee residency requirements
NewsBook - News summary for the week of November 5, 2012
Newspaper Story - Missouri Republican and Democratic Senate leaders announced Thursday.
Radio Story - Senate Democrats choose new leaders
Newspaper Story - Gov. Jay Nixon outlined how he will work with a veto-proof GOP majority Thursday.
Radio Story - Senator Ron Richard Elected Senate Majority Leader
Radio Story - The Missouri agency controlling utility rates is trying to cut rates for low-income residents.
Radio Story - Gov. Jay Nixon addressed how he will work with legislature at first press conference since re-election.
Radio Story - Mitt Romney's victory in Missouri is significant, considering past treatment of Mormons in the state.
Newspaper Story - Missouri voters shot down Proposition B, which proposed an increase on the state's tobacco tax.
Newspaper Story - Gov. Jay Nixon has been re-elected to a second term as the state Governor
Radio Story - Voter turnout 7 percent below Secretary of State's projection in Tuesday vote.
Radio Story - Mo. House speaker: Gov. Nixon will need to do "true, actual negotiation" with GOP lawmakers
Newspaper Story - Mo. House Speaker challenges Nixon veto power with new majority
Newspaper Story - Incumbent Claire McCaskill wins Missouri U.S. Senate seat
Radio Story - Reporting from Claire McCaskill's campagin party
Radio Story - Kinder pledges to move past divided government after winning a third term as Lt. Gov.
Radio Story - Gubernatorial candidates Nixon and Spence both travel across Missouri in a last minute effort for election night
NewsBook - News summary for the week of October 29, 2012
Radio Story - Missouri Task Force One arrived in New York and is commencing search and rescue operations in Long Beach
Newspaper Story - Mo. Secretary of State projects 3 percent turnout increase
Radio Story - Missouri groups respond to Hurricane Sandy disaster
Radio Story - GOP comeback bus tour kicked off in Jefferson City Thursday
Newspaper Story - Missouri Republican candidates for statewide office kick off two-day bus tour
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