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2015 Children & Families Stories
Radio Story - Proposed legislation would require students use facilities based off anatomy
Radio Story - Senate task members looking to crack down on unfair towing practices
Radio Story - Dozens of cities in St. Louis county have filed suit challenging law restrictions on court fines
Radio Story - The new interim UM President want to revisit original demands made by 1969 Legion of Black Collegians
Radio Story - Gov. Kinder wants University of Missouri to investigate staff shown in protest video
Radio Story - MoDot appoints new director from New Hampshire
Radio Story - Transgender involvement in high school sports brought up in front of house Committee
Newspaper Story - Missouri's House speaker unveils proposals to protect interns from sexual harassment.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's auditor questions protection of a statewide database of Missouri school children.
Radio Story - Committee reviews final plans for juvenile justice standards in Missouri
Radio Story - Opposing Senator Schaaf to file FOIA request for Rams stadium deal
Radio Story - Gov. Nixon's Community Mental Health Liaisons program works to improve methods of reaching patients.
Radio Story - Missouri's Supreme Court hears an appeal to keep a juvenile off the state's sex offender list.
Radio Story - Pumpkins nearly double in price after wet summer and dry fall
Newspaper Story - MU Halts Planned Parenthood referral privileges, halting abortion services in Columbia
Radio Story - High school students from across Missouri gathered in the Capitol to participate in mock legislative sessions.
Radio Story - State and local health departments have conflicitng views on West Nile Virus cases
Newspaper Story - Gov. Nixon Offers Incentives To Get Colleges to Freeze College Undergraduate Tuition
Radio Story - Lawmakers are blaming MU for supporting the abortion business
Radio Story - Lawmakers cannot agree on Right to Work legislation with just a week before the veto session.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's Supreme Court rejects an inmate's divorce efforts
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers are frustrated with lack of answers at Planned Parenthood hearing.
Radio Story - House passes anti-bullying legislation
Newspaper Story - Senate committee approval moves Missouri closer to a Right to Work state
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers are saying Gov. Jay Nixon has not kept a promise he made in January. #MoLeg
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers are saying the Gov. Nixon is making their jobs harder and failed to uphold his promise #MoLeg
Radio Story - The House overrides Gov. Nixon's veto of a bill that reduces the time a person on TANF can receive benefits. #MOLeg
Radio Story - Senate unanimously passed anti-bullying legislation.
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers urged to require daily Pledge of Allegiance recitation in public schools
Radio Story - Missouri's legislature sent the governor a sweeping set of welfare restrictions. #MOLeg
Radio Story - House passes it's version of welfare reform
Radio Story - One mother shared the story of the death of her only child due to a drunk driving accident. #MOLeg
Radio Story - Missouri Senate gives first-round approval to medical malpractice bill. #MOLeg
Newspaper Story - Representatives hear testimony on bill calling for antibiotic standards, review of infection reporting reqirements
Newspaper Story - Planned Parenthood could lose state funds under a measure presented to a Senate Committee
Radio Story - Senate School Transfer Debate Shifts to Disadvantaged African-American Youth
Radio Story - Congresswoman Wagner visited the state Capitol to testify in favor of a sex trafficking bill
Radio Story - Senate continues debate on school transfer bill.
Radio Story - Missouri Senate begins conversations about a new school transfer bill #MoLeg
Radio Story - A bill that requires women to watch an educational video about abortions is passed to the floor #MOLeg
Radio Story - Missouri House Children & Family Committee heard three new abortion bills.
Newspaper Story - Nixon's State of the State Address features call for Medicaid expansion, but few specifics otherwise
Radio Story - Limiting food stamps could negatively impact people who suffer from domestic violence.
Newspaper Story - The state's welfare system is called a 'downright failure' by a Senate committee chair sponsoring a welfare bill.
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