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2013 Judiciary Stories
Radio Story - St. Louis agencies ban together to combat human trafficking in Eastern Missouri with the aid of a $1 million grant.
Radio Story - Mo. House passes Boeing bill despite clerical errors stalling the process
Radio Story - Lawmaker looks to crack down on drug dealers
Radio Story - African-American Missouri Clergy met with Gov. Nixon Monday
Radio Story - Democrats walk out of a Senate committee on Medicaid.
Radio Story - State Representative Steve Webb charged with misusing campaign finances and will resign
Radio Story - Missouri chapter of the ACLU says new Department of Corrections rule is a 1st Amendment violation
Radio Story - Lawmaker says Mo. Department of Corrections is part of larger problem
Radio Story - Missouri public defender system faces budget battles
Radio Story - Lawmaker scolded Gov. Jay Nixon and the Missouri Department of Corrections for halting an upcoming execution
Radio Story - Rep. Stacy Newman, among other state officials, pressure Nodaway Co. Prosecutor to reopen Coleman case.
Newspaper Story - State Rep. says Maryville sexual assault case "blown out of proportion"
Radio Story - After controversy, the Mo. Dept. of Corrections will return it's shipment of propofol to the distributor
Radio Story - Use of Propofol in upcoming Missouri executions draws ire of Anesthesiologists Society
Radio Story - Once again the Missouri Court Plan faces criticism.
Newspaper Story - Mo. Sec. of State approved initiative to repeal the Non-Partisan Court Plan for circulation
Radio Story - Missouri Senate Medicaid committee still indecisive about expanding Medicaid
Radio Story - Missouri Supreme Court rejects the state auditor's lawsuit against the governor's budget withholding powers.
Radio Story - Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones says a new opponent in race for attorney general doesn't affect his campaign
Radio Story - Mo. Republican lawmakers caucus behind closed doors ahead of veto session
Newspaper Story - One lawmaker is unsure if federal gun nullification bill will be overridden. NRA hasn't taken public position
Radio Story - The biggest pro-gun rights lobby has not taken a position on Missouri's gun nullification law
Radio Story - Missouri lawmaker wants change to sex offender registry regardless if veto is overridden
Radio Story - AG Koster outlines his opposition to federal gun nullification law by sending letter to the entire General Assembly
Radio Story - The Missouri Supreme Court convened Tuesday to hear arguments on penalties for convicted sex and drug offenders
Newspaper Story - Attorneys argue sex, drugs and guns in the Missouri Supreme Court
Newspaper Story - Attorney General Chris Koster warns the legislature's tax cut bill could lead to tax refunds for past years.
Newspaper Story - Attorney General Koster files suit against Walgreens for alleged price gouging.
Radio Story - House sends Second Injury Fund fix to Nixon
Radio Story - Missouri House votes to repeal tax credits for low income elderly & disabled renters in order to balance budget.
Newspaper Story - Social Security Administration Agents say they never started investigation on concealed carry permit holder list
Radio Story - The House approved a sex offender bill that lets low risk offenders off the registry after five years.
Newspaper Story - Nixon says he won't appear in Stoddard County on subpoena in gun trial
Radio Story - Stoddard County lawyer subpoenas Nixon to testify in concealed carry drivers' license case
Radio Story - A House committee questioned a contract that would move disabled Missourians to federal welfare program.
Radio Story - State lawmakers clash on the Senate floor over major current issues
Radio Story - State Highway Patrol scanning fingerprints if officers have "reasonable suspicion" you have or will commit a crime
Newspaper Story - House wants attorney general to appeal federal contraception mandate under federal law
Radio Story - State Senator says a criminal code that hasn't been revised since 1979 probably won't be changed this year either.
Newspaper Story - With six weeks left in session, lawmakers hesitant to pass criminal code revision
Newspaper Story - Mo. Senate approves measure in support of gun ownership protection
Radio Story - Senate Majority Leader threatens special session over controversy in Department of Revenue
Radio Story - House passes measure capping non-economic damages in medical lawsuits
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 - An audit is raising concerns over how the state spent millions of dollars in federal funds.
Newspaper Story - State officials beat back allegations of sharing gun owners info as southern judge rules practice must be halted
Radio Story - Vehicle sales tax measure gets a green light, heads to House floor
Radio Story - Mo. Supreme Court hears case on withheld appropriation funds from the 2012 fiscal budget.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's governor and the state auditor take their legal battle to the Supreme Court.
Radio Story - Gun control group: 85% of Missourians favor background checks
Radio Story - Missouri legislators are debating a bill that would eliminate the statute of limitations for sexual assault.
Newspaper Story - Several Missouri legislators are sponsoring bills to block or restrict various federal laws in Missouri.
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers want voters to tell them where state spending should stop
Radio Story - Mo. Republican pushes to allow more evidence in child sex abuse cases
Newspaper Story - Missouri lawmakers want to cap state spending with constitutional amendment
Radio Story - Injured Missourians who have been waiting for compensation get some good news from the state Capitol.
Newspaper Story - Mo. Republican pushes to allow more evidence in child sex abuse cases
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.
Newspaper Story - A Senate bill presented today would create an alternative to the penal system for veterans.
Radio Story - Keeping drones out of Missouri's skies gains support in House hearing.
Radio Story - House Election Committee moves bill that would require photo ID for Missouri voters to House floor
Radio Story - Missouri Senators searching for common ground on the Second Injury Fund.
Newspaper Story - A Missouri Senator proposes a cap on noneconomic damages, previously ruled unconstitutional
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers want to overturn a Supreme Court decision on medical malpractice with legislation
Radio Story - AP reports Gov. Nixon received large campaign donations while calling for campaign spending limits.
Radio Story - GOP chairwoman backpedals on plan to hold public hearing on voter I.D. when public couldn't get in Capitol.
Radio Story - Chief Justice Richard Teitelman gives State of the Judiciary address
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