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Radio Story - Lawmaker looks to crack down on drug dealers
Radio Story - Lawmakers push for felon food stamp eligibility
Radio Story - President Obama met with state officials on canceled health insurance plans, Missouri not included.
Radio Story - DESE Commissioner Nicastro aided in lobbyist funded initiative
Radio Story - African-American Missouri Clergy met with Gov. Nixon Monday
Radio Story - St. Louis lobbyist attempts to limit campaign contributions for Missouri senators and representatives
Radio Story - Motions have been filed to cease harassment from Ameren Electric Company
Radio Story - Democrats walk out of a Senate committee on Medicaid.
Newspaper Story - Rep. Webb told reporters he doesn't plan to resign
Radio Story - State Representative Steve Webb charged with misusing campaign finances and will resign
Radio Story - Fmr. Sen. Lembke says ruling dismissing red-light ticket could help ban red-light cameras from use.
Radio Story - On day two of a committee hearing on Medicaid reform, lawmakers are asking more questions.
Radio Story - Proposed teacher evaluations will hold educators and administrators accountable
Radio Story - The now former head of @GovJayNixon 's unemployment benefits agency says her firing was the cost of whistleblowing
Radio Story - Rep. Stacy Newman, among other state officials, pressure Nodaway Co. Prosecutor to reopen Coleman case.
Radio Story - After controversy, the Mo. Dept. of Corrections will return it's shipment of propofol to the distributor
Newspaper Story - Missouri lawmakers weigh options to repeal a previous cap on amounts of ethanol in gas
Radio Story - Missouri Senate Medicaid committee still indecisive about expanding Medicaid
Radio Story - Missouri National Guard will continue essential services if faced with a governmental shutdown.
Radio Story - Hunters might front the brunt of last year’s deer Hemorrhagic disease outbreak
Radio Story - With Missouri gun bill off the table, Rep. Funderburk announces efforts to work on new Second Amendment bill.
Radio Story - Gov. Nixon still considers today a success even though he may have most overridden bills in history.
Radio Story - Missouri House fails to override Gov. Nixon's veto of controversial tax bill
Radio Story - Mo. Republican lawmakers caucus behind closed doors ahead of veto session
Radio Story - State Auditor releases audit report, finds DOR policy in violation of state law
Newspaper Story - If veto override passes, enforcement of gun laws may be illegal
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers plan to override Gov. veto, challenge fed. laws
Radio Story - Head of Missouri SPRS calls national story about state pensions going to private sector misleading
Radio Story - Interim committee looks to solve problems with legislating in the House
Radio Story - Missouri House sends paycheck protection bill to Gov. Nixon
Radio Story - Missouri House votes to repeal tax credits for low income elderly & disabled renters in order to balance budget.
Radio Story - Massive tax cut speeds to Governor on wave of GOP votes
Radio Story - A revitalized special education funding proposal gets first-round approval in the House.
Radio Story - Lawmakers say DMV will receive only eight months of funding while scanning investigation continues
Radio Story - A new bridge will be named after Missouri baseball great Stan Musial and Congressman Bill Clay.
Radio Story - Gun advocates rally in state Capitol as anti-gun control measure gets House approval
Radio Story - Mo. officials shared gun info with ATF in addition to Social Security
Radio Story - Gov. Nixon rallies with Missourians for Medicaid expansion
Radio Story - State lawmakers clash on the Senate floor over major current issues
Radio Story - Senators grill Public Safety, Highway Patrol officials on releases of gun owner info
Radio Story - Mo. Department of Revenue surrenders mountain of documents in response to senate subpoena
Newspaper Story - Sen. Kurt Schaefer says the Department of Revenue has broken at least three state laws
Radio Story - A Republican Senator says many Missourians' identities could be endangered through new licensing process
Radio Story - Back from legislative recess, Senate Republicans reload on measure to block federal gun proposals
Radio Story - Social Services Department won't talk about audit; 13 corrective action plans issued
Radio Story - Leaders in Missouri's General Assembly express satisfaction with first half progress
Radio Story - Democrat says abortion bill puts state on slippery slope by giving corporations "a conscience"
Radio Story - Missouri Republicans support labor unions deducting from payroll to contribute to political campaigns
Newspaper Story - Missouri politicians think society and the Catholic Church are prepared for a non-European pope
Newspaper Story - Despite bill language, state representative says his legislation would not ban sex-selection abortions.
Radio Story - Gun control group: 85% of Missourians favor background checks
Radio Story - Agreement reached on a proposed bill that would regulate the use of welfare cards.
Radio Story - Lawmakers move to tighten workplace discrimination laws
Radio Story - Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal seeks to lighten Mo. immigration laws
Radio Story - Republicans push bills to resist federal gun control efforts
Newspaper Story - Missouri Democrats introduced legislation that would expand Medicaid in the state.
Radio Story - Missouri legislators are debating a bill that would eliminate the statute of limitations for sexual assault.
Radio Story - A bill would allow doctors to refuse abortion treatment because of personal beliefs.
Radio Story - Mo. Republicans push records laws to get info on Nixon's plane
Radio Story - Proposed changes to Missouri's wage laws meets harsh opposition by business owners
Radio Story - Legislators heard testimony on Monday that could make whistleblowers more liable to face legal action.
Radio Story - A state senator wants to put limits on quality of life lawsuits up to a vote of the people.
Radio Story - State Senator proposes bill that would give less juveniles adult sentences, and names it after suicide victim.
Radio Story - House Election Committee moves bill that would require photo ID for Missouri voters to House floor
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers want to overturn a Supreme Court decision on medical malpractice with legislation
Radio Story - Missouri community leaders deliver letters in support of Medicaid expansion to Rep. Sue Allen
Radio Story - Nixon touts increased education funding, Medicaid expansion, and campaign contribution limits in State of State
Newspaper Story - Gov. Jay Nixon outlined his plan for his second term during the State of the State Address
Radio Story - GOP chairwoman backpedals on plan to hold public hearing on voter I.D. when public couldn't get in Capitol.
Radio Story - Controversy Nixon's new plane delays confirmation of a top administration official
Radio Story - St. Louis City Senator Jamilah Nasheed pushes to give power back to elected school board
Radio Story - Missouri House takes two tries to get the oath of office correct
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