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2013 Liberties 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 - Lawmakers push for felon food stamp eligibility
Radio Story - A St. Louis County Senator looks to stiffen gun possession laws
Radio Story - President Obama met with state officials on canceled health insurance plans, Missouri not included.
Radio Story - African-American Missouri Clergy met with Gov. Nixon Monday
Radio Story - Obama says old insurance plans can continue through 2014, but Missourians may not be able to reverse cancellations
Newspaper Story - Gov. Nixon issues executive order for same-sex couples to file joint state tax returns
Radio Story - Mo @GovJayNixon issues executive order recognizing same sex marriage for tax purposes
Radio Story - Motions have been filed to cease harassment from Ameren Electric Company
Radio Story - Democrats walk out of a Senate committee on Medicaid.
Radio Story - The state will spend one million dollars to reopen the Missouri State Penitentiary for tourism next Spring
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 - Gun bill sponsor says new gun bill can pass #MOLeg despite containing most of the same language as HB 436
Radio Story - Proposed teacher evaluations will hold educators and administrators accountable
Radio Story - Attendance to the Missouri State Fair continues an upward trend despite rodeo clown incident.
Radio Story - Lawmaker says Mo. Department of Corrections is part of larger problem
Radio Story - K-12 education is vital to Missouri's economic competitiveness, says Gov. Nixon
Radio Story - Lawmaker scolded Gov. Jay Nixon and the Missouri Department of Corrections for halting an upcoming execution
Radio Story - Missouri Department of Education breathes a sign of relief
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
Radio Story - Missouri lawmaker asks governor to address lethal injection concerns
Radio Story - Missouri Senate Medicaid committee still indecisive about expanding Medicaid
Radio Story - New technology at the Lake of the Ozarks will raise more efficiently transmit power to homes.
Newspaper Story - Lake of the Ozarks dam project brings new technology to North America
Radio Story - Missouri National Guard provides married same-sex couples benefits
Newspaper Story - Mo. National Guard providing military benefits to same-sex couples
Radio Story - Missouri dropped 20 spots in health ranking in the past two decades
Newspaper Story - Federal health care advisors face Missouri regulation, concerns arise
Radio Story - The Missouri Supreme Court listens to appeal from man struck in the face by a hot dog at a Royals game.
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 - Only one vote separated lawmakers from overriding a nationally publicized veto
Radio Story - Mo. Republican lawmakers caucus behind closed doors ahead of veto session
Radio Story - Senate leader urges lawmakers to read the constitution
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
Newspaper Story - If veto override passes, enforcement of gun laws may be illegal
Newspaper Story - State press association outlines risks for journalists if lawmakers override nullification bill
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers plan to override Gov. veto, challenge fed. laws
Radio Story - Missouri's March on Washington Tribute Honors Original Format
Radio Story - Missouri Hosts Martin Luther King Tribute on Capitol Steps
Radio Story - Missouri House sends paycheck protection bill to Gov. Nixon
Radio Story - Mo. House passes bill making federal gun laws unenforceable in Missouri to the governor's desk
Radio Story - Lawmakers trade barbs on who will be to blame for Revenue Department cuts
Radio Story - Missouri House votes to repeal tax credits for low income elderly & disabled renters in order to balance budget.
Newspaper Story - Office of Administration records request denied, but agency won't confirm if it will honor similar request by press
Radio Story - A revitalized special education funding proposal gets first-round approval in the House.
Radio Story - Proposal designed to prevent campaign mudslinging fails in Mo. House
Newspaper Story - Missouri lawmakers supported a measure that would expand the state's firearm manufacturing industry.
Radio Story - A House committee is asked to let gamblers borrow at gambling boats to gamble more.
Newspaper Story - Republicans in both chambers push gun laws despite opposition from the vocal Democratic minority.
Newspaper Story - Nixon says he won't appear in Stoddard County on subpoena in gun trial
Radio Story - After outrage over the sharing of Missouri's conceal-carry list, county sheriffs may take over the whole process.
Radio Story - Stoddard County lawyer subpoenas Nixon to testify in concealed carry drivers' license case
Radio Story - House Republicans voice approval for armed teachers
Radio Story - A House committee questioned a contract that would move disabled Missourians to federal welfare program.
Radio Story - Gun advocates rally in state Capitol as anti-gun control measure gets House approval
Radio Story - Gov. Nixon rallies with Missourians for Medicaid expansion
Radio Story - Governor says no more scanning gun owners' info for drivers licenses--Senators not fully satisfied
Newspaper Story - Director of Revenue resigns after discovery that his department released private information
Radio Story - Senators grill Public Safety, Highway Patrol officials on releases of gun owner info
Newspaper Story - Mo. House fires back in gun information controversy
Newspaper Story - A bill to protect private information was charged with failing to address larger privacy infringements.
Radio Story - House members put tax credit for the poor on the chopping block
Newspaper Story - House wants attorney general to appeal federal contraception mandate under federal law
Radio Story - State Senator shows evidence of Department of Revenue disregarding state law on Senate Floor
Radio Story - Democratic rep: sale of driver data a bigger problem than sharing with feds
Newspaper Story - Mo. Senate approves measure in support of gun ownership protection
Radio Story - Union workers are fighting the Senate's paycheck protection bill in the House
Newspaper Story - Missouri House endorsed a bill to protect privacy from drones although lawmakers criticized its expanded reach.
Radio Story - Lt. Governor Peter Kinder says he is not worried about safety risks of a new pipeline in Missouri
Newspaper Story - Mo. Department of Revenue offers 50 boxes of documents to Senate in response to rare subpoena
Radio Story - Senate Majority Leader threatens special session over controversy in Department of Revenue
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 - No actual trade required as part of Nixon's $1.9 billion trade agreement with Taiwan and South Korea
Radio Story - An audit is raising concerns over how the state spent millions of dollars in federal funds.
Radio Story - Leaders in Missouri's General Assembly express satisfaction with first half progress
Newspaper Story - State officials beat back allegations of sharing gun owners info as southern judge rules practice must be halted
Radio Story - Senate Democrats filibuster paycheck protection and force an amendment
Radio Story - Democrat says abortion bill puts state on slippery slope by giving corporations "a conscience"
Newspaper Story - Missouri politicians think society and the Catholic Church are prepared for a non-European pope
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers consider implications of a new licensing method in which personally identifiable information is scanned.
Radio Story - The Missouri House perfects bill allowing doctors to refuse birth control to patients
Newspaper Story - Revenue department under fire from GOP for disclosing gun owner information
Newspaper Story - Despite bill language, state representative says his legislation would not ban sex-selection abortions.
Newspaper Story - Senator sponsors a prescription drug monitoring bill he previously vowed to kill
Radio Story - A new bill has been filed on Missourians privacy in response to a Stoddard county lawsuit
Newspaper Story - A bill to nullify certain federal laws regarding firearms got support from Vietnam veterans Wednesday.
Radio Story - Gun control group: 85% of Missourians favor background checks
Radio Story - A Conclave will elect a new Pope in a few days, but first Missourians talk what they want in the new Pope.
Radio Story - Republican lawmakers continue to push voter ID legislation
Radio Story - Missouri senators took a stand against the federal government today by passing a gun rights bill out of committee
Radio Story - China hub debate heads to the Missouri House...again.
Radio Story - Lawmakers move to tighten workplace discrimination laws
Radio Story - Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal seeks to lighten Mo. immigration laws
Radio Story - Mo. senator says gun bill could increase urban violence
Radio Story - Republicans push bills to resist federal gun control efforts
Radio Story - Gun legislation for classes stripped of ammo after many mandates were changed to suggestions.
Newspaper Story - Missouri Democrats introduced legislation that would expand Medicaid in the state.
Newspaper Story - Several Missouri legislators are sponsoring bills to block or restrict various federal laws in Missouri.
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 - Missouri House sends voter ID measures to Senate
Newspaper Story - The Missouri House has once again endorses joint resolutions that would require photo identification to vote.
Radio Story - A state senator wants to put limits on quality of life lawsuits up to a vote of the people.
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 - Senator pushes for stronger Missouri voter photo ID requirements.
Radio Story - House Republicans push to require photo ID from state's voters
Radio Story - GOP chairwoman backpedals on plan to hold public hearing on voter I.D. when public couldn't get in Capitol.
Newspaper Story - Democratic Senator proposed bill that would prevent illegal firearm possession and improper storage
Radio Story - Stronger laws for parental responsibility were proposed by a Missouri Senator
Radio Story - Gun advocates speak out at Mo. Capitol following president's executive actions.
Newspaper Story - Several Missouri legislators are attempting to nullify federal laws on gun regulation.
Radio Story - A Missouri senator proposes nullifying federal gun laws.
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