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May 2013 Stories
NewsBook - News summary for the week of May 13, 2013
Radio Story - Republican lawmakers consider session a success, while House Minority Floor Leader Hummel called it an
Radio Story - House sends Second Injury Fund fix to Nixon
Newspaper Story - Fix to Second Injury Fund including occupational disease coverage sent to Nixon
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers approved a fix to the state's Second Injury Fund
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers vote to move occupational diseases to workers' compensation fund
Radio Story - Groups line capitol steps with paper lanterns in Medicaid protest
Radio Story - The transportation sales tax proposal met opposition in the Senate once again hours after passage in the House.
Radio Story - Senate sends bill to Gov. Nixon prohibiting Dept. of Revenue from sharing information with the federal government.
Radio Story - Mo. Medicaid director replaced as session nears its end
Newspaper Story - A state sales tax hike for transportation is just one legislative step away from the Missouri ballot
Radio Story - The Missouri House has passed two Senate bills aimed at addressing the practices of the Nixon administration.
Radio Story - Lawmakers send 'right-to-farm' measure to 2014 ballot
Radio Story - Mo. House approved a measure to put a one cent sales tax increase to fund highways on the ballot
Radio Story - Gov. Jay Nixon has vetoed the repeal of a tax credit for low-income elderly and disabled renters.
Radio Story - Missouri House sends paycheck protection bill to Gov. Nixon
NewsBook - News summary for the week of May 6, 2013
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers pass budget, trade barbs on who to blame for Revenue Department cuts
Radio Story - Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon has hinted that he will veto Republican lawmakers' plan to cut taxes.
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 - As session winds down, House backs $1.2B bond measure
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 - Democratic Sen. Jolie Justus says Republicans used threat of voter ID to end a filibuster on an income tax cut
Newspaper Story - The Missouri Senate ready to vote bill to cut corporate in individual income tax rates
Radio Story - Lawmakers provide $24 million worth of funding to state parks for repairs and maintnance
Radio Story - Mo. Commissioner of Administration says House is blocking his open records request
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 - Lawmakers say DMV will receive only eight months of funding while scanning investigation continues
Radio Story - Proposal designed to prevent campaign mudslinging fails in Mo. House
Newspaper Story - Joplin may receive additional state money to fund streets, roads, and bridges damaged by the 2011 tornado
Newspaper Story - Speaker of the House Tim Jones creates a committee to investigate the Department of Revenue scandal.
Radio Story - The Missouri House has created a new committee to address what the GOP calls an invasion of privacy.
Radio Story - A new bridge will be named after Missouri baseball great Stan Musial and Congressman Bill Clay.
Radio Story - Senate takes small step to address St. Louis County school funding issue
NewsBook - News summary for the week of April 29, 2013
Newspaper Story - House computer used in attempt to access concealed carry permit information
Radio Story - A new measure would fund Capitol improvements and new MoDot offices
Newspaper Story - Legislation to ban requiring employees to join unions is not likely to get very far this session.
Radio Story - Mo. House backs measure incentivizing gun manufacturers
Newspaper Story - Missouri lawmakers supported a measure that would expand the state's firearm manufacturing industry.
Newspaper Story - Social Security Administration Agents say they never started investigation on concealed carry permit holder list
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