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Newspaper Story - Lawmakers looking to crack down on human trafficking in Missouri
Radio Story - Transgender involvement in high school sports brought up in front of house Committee
Newspaper Story - A House Committee is told there is no indication of missing aborted fetus body parts.
Newspaper Story - Petitions filed for voters to decide on legalizing marijuana for medical treatment
Radio Story - The Missouri Hospital Association finds Missouri has highest growth of hospitalization for opioid abuse.
Radio Story - Gov. Nixon's Community Mental Health Liaisons program works to improve methods of reaching patients.
Newspaper Story - In the wake of the Oregon shootings, a Missouri health leader talks about Missouri's efforts.
Newspaper Story - Missouri loses some funds from a settlement with the tobacco industry
Radio Story - Attorney General Koster speaks out against GOP attempts to prevent stem cell research in Missouri.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's Attorney General reports no evidence found that Planned Parenthood sold aborted fetal parts.
Newspaper Story - MU Halts Planned Parenthood referral privileges, halting abortion services in Columbia
Radio Story - State and local health departments have conflicitng views on West Nile Virus cases
Newspaper Story - Missouri is a national leader for West Nile Disease.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's governor offered support for a tobacco tax increase initiative
Radio Story - Lawmakers are blaming MU for supporting the abortion business
Radio Story - The New Approach Missouri committee has hired consultant Jack Cardetti for their 2016 campaign.
Newspaper Story - The committee supporting the statewide marijuana initiative in 2016 has hired Jack Cardetti.
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers are frustrated with lack of answers at Planned Parenthood hearing.
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 - $46 million cut to Social Services heavily debated as House passes FY 2016 budget #MOLeg
Radio Story - House committee postpones vote on bill allowing patients to install camera in their nursing home rooms
Radio Story - Senate perfects bill that would improve Missouri fracking
Radio Story - One House bill would expand the definition of a service dog
Radio Story - Missouri nursing home patients would have the option of choosing to have camera in their room
Radio Story - The Senate passed a bill that would allow the government to monitor prescription drugs.
Newspaper Story - Missouri is one step closer to using a database to monitor the prescribing and dispensing of narcotic-type drugs.
Radio Story - Missouri's Senate votes to expand Medicaid, but slightly
Radio Story - Senator who has stopped a prescription drug monitoring bill from being passed last year has agreed to step aside.
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
Radio Story - New guidelines would require Department of Health to report new infections, establish use of antibiotic standards
Radio Story - House passes bill aiming to make Missouri the final state to have a prescription drug monitoring program.
Radio Story - Missouri lawmaker says he wants to give relief to uninsured Americans forced to pay a tax penalty
Radio Story - The House finalizes a bill that would create database of drug prescriptions in Missouri
Newspaper Story - Planned Parenthood could lose state funds under a measure presented to a Senate Committee
Newspaper Story - House Committee hears testimony on bill that would legalize medical marijuana
Radio Story - Former television host speaks to lawmakers about making medical marijuana legal
Radio Story - One bill would allow families to place monitoring devices in nursing home rooms
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.
Radio Story - Nixon outlines plans for veterans' home construction, repairs
Newspaper Story - Nixon's State of the State Address features call for Medicaid expansion, but few specifics otherwise
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