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Radio Story - Missouri electoral college voters are not required to vote for their pledged candidate
Radio Story - A self defense bill makes its way to Governor Nixon's desk
Newspaper Story - Term-limited representatives and senators reflect on their eight years serving in the legislature
Radio Story - The House passed the Senate's version of it's voter identification legislation.
Radio Story - Planned Parenthood attorney discusses subpoena request for former Senate leader
Radio Story - St. Louis Planned Parenthood urges the Senate president pro tem to subpoena former senator
Radio Story - Department of Education building left empty after power outage
Radio Story - Farmers could be getting a break police issued peace disturbances if bill passes
Radio Story - Life at conception would be constitutionally protected in Missouri under a House measure.
Radio Story - A minor having an abortion would inform both parents before the procedure, under a passed House bill
Radio Story - Both sides of the campus concealed carry issue gave heated testimony at a House committee hearing.
Radio Story - Democrats in the Senate delay taking up bills for debate, instead talk about last week's filibuster.
Radio Story - Senator tells entire Senate to wear their white hoods
Radio Story - Gina Walsh: End to Senate Filibuster could delay progress moving forward
Radio Story - The House voted to perfect a bill that would make abortion consent laws stricter in Missouri
Radio Story - The Missouri flagship campus had $1 million pulled from its budget on the House floor
Newspaper Story - Senators bill could fall short because of filibuster on same sex marriage.
Radio Story - Senate Democrats have been filibustering a bill for over a day that they feel discriminates against LGBTQ community
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers argued whether changing political finance disclosure laws would impede First Amendment rights.
Radio Story - Senate Democrats are filibustering a religious liberties bill they say discriminates against the LGBT community
Radio Story - Missouri Senate passes bill that effects how candidates can control campaign funds
Radio Story - Senate President Pro Tem Ron Richard would support whomever wins the Republican nomination for president
Radio Story - Senators weighed consumer and business protection in debate over predatory lending
Radio Story - UM system doesn't recoup $7.6 mil in cuts, receives minor funding increases.
Radio Story - A candidate for state treasurer participated in a filibuster of an opponent's bill on intoxicating liquor.
Radio Story - Gubernatorial candidates in a two-hour line were asked if they should wait in a digital age.
Newspaper Story - A House-passed ban on lobbyist gifts to legislators stalls in Missouri's Senate.
Newspaper Story - Three of the four Republican Gubernatorial candidates attend debate and share similar views.
Radio Story - Republican candidates stuck to party line in gubernatorial debate, attacked liberals but not one another.
Radio Story - A House-approved bill states government employees cannot be required to pay union dues
Radio Story - The House Speaker asked Rep. Gosen to resign, but denied comment on rumors about the representative.
Newspaper Story - Education Committee hears from the MU Board of Curators regarding racist incidents this past fall
Radio Story - A group of terrorism bills were heard by the Senate judiciary committee
Radio Story - House Appropriations chair pushes for $12 million cut to state budget promised to Regional Sports Authority.
Radio Story - A St. Louis lawmaker says Stan Kroenke shouldn't be rewarded for disrespecting the state.
Newspaper Story - Missourians would have rights to post political yard signs under a measure presented to a House committee.
Newspaper Story - The Planned Parenthood fight leads to a call to fire a top state offical.
Radio Story - Missouri legislators were urged to give student free speech rights to students journalists.
Radio Story - Chief Justice Breckenridge talks changes to state's justice system after Ferguson during State of the Judiciary.
Radio Story - The ban on all lobbyist gifts could apply to all elected officials in Missouri.
Radio Story - Missouri's House voted to impose ethics restrictions on private citizens working for government.
Radio Story - Gov. Jay Nixon's proposal for a mid-year welfare budget increase came under attack from a Senate committee.
Radio Story - A bill requiring a photo ID to vote in Missouri passed the House and will move on to the Senate.
Radio Story - The House voted for voter identification legislation to be perfected and printed for a final reading
Radio Story - House Transportation Committee chair is disappointed MoDot is left out in budget increases
Radio Story - GOV. NIXON LEAVES OUT MENTION OF KEY ETHICS REFORM IN HIS STATE OF THE STATE ADDRESS
Radio Story - Senator Nasheed upset Nixon failed to speak out on the violence in Missouri
Radio Story - A ban lobbying contributions and gifts passed the House Oversight committee for House floor discussion
Radio Story - Missouri's House Oversight Committee approves a cooling-off period before legislators can become lobbyists
Radio Story - U.S. Senator Roy Blunt warned of rising health costs for government in an address to the Missouri House
Radio Story - Leadership in both chambers agreed that ethics reform is this year's most pressing issue.
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