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February 2016 Stories
Radio Story - A candidate for state treasurer participated in a filibuster of an opponent's bill on intoxicating liquor.
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers pinned rights of gun owners against public safety in discussion of proposed gun legislation.
NewsBook - News summary for the week of February 22, 2016
Radio Story - State retirement funds would not invest in companies contracting with terrorism-supporting governments
Radio Story - Rep. pushes for lobbyists to take sexual harassment training
Radio Story - Missouri's highest court hears arguments to stop Senate committees from controlling recordings
Newspaper Story - Missouri lawmakers are urged to deny the owner of the Rams future tax breaks.
Newspaper Story - A legislative committee is urged to restrict consumer lawsuits against companies.
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.
NewsBook - News summary for the week of February 15, 2016
Radio Story - A House-approved bill states government employees cannot be required to pay union dues
Radio Story - Senator files complaint against Click, considers filing another
Radio Story - The House Speaker asked Rep. Gosen to resign, but denied comment on rumors about the representative.
Radio Story - Bill to require police to wear body cameras gets support from Michael Brown's mother
Radio Story - Joint Committee on Education met with UM interim system president, MU chancellor and UM Board of Curators
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 - Joint Committee on Education to meet with the UM system president, the MU chancellor and the UM Board of Curators
Newspaper Story - Commerce Committee heard bill that could prevent energy bills from increasing
Radio Story - House committee hears a bill to require coaches of youth athletic activities to undergo concussion training
Radio Story - House Appropriations chair pushes for $12 million cut to state budget promised to Regional Sports Authority.
NewsBook - News summary for the week of February 8, 2016
Radio Story - Missouri's House votes to force Uber and similar taxicab alteratives to provide driver insurance.
Radio Story - Senator says the U.S. Justice Department lawsuit against Ferguson should continue.
Newspaper Story - Bill to change police lineup procedures was heard by Senate committee
Radio Story - The procedure for police lineups may change if bill is passed.
Newspaper Story - Utilities and green-energy forces battled at a Missouri legislative committee about customer-generated power.
Radio Story - A Missouri legislative committee approves greater access by adoptees to their adoption records
Radio Story - A St. Louis lawmaker says Stan Kroenke shouldn't be rewarded for disrespecting the state.
Radio Story - A bill to end the death penalty in Missouri cause a debate that lasted more than two hours in the Senate.
NewsBook - News summary for the week of February 1, 2016
Newspaper Story - Republican Legislative leaders propose welfare budget cuts to fund transportation needs.
Radio Story - UM System president Mike Middleton speaks at House committee on system's budget
Newspaper Story - Missourians would have rights to post political yard signs under a measure presented to a House committee.
Newspaper Story - Missouri lawmakers hear bills to restrict lawsuits against farmers.
Newspaper Story - A legislative committee debated making oral contraceptives more accessible for women
Newspaper Story - A conservative Missouri Republican lawmaker is proposing restraints on cops intercepting your phone calls.
Radio Story - A conservative Missouri Republican lawmaker proposes restraints on cops intercepting your phone calls.
Radio Story - Missouri's Senate votes to toughen infection rules for hospitals.
Radio Story - Missouri legislators hear a proposal to make it easier for women to get birth control pills.
Newspaper Story - A Senate committee hears a bill to make it easier to charge an owner with trespass by the pet.
Radio Story - The use of deadly force requirements for police officers may be adjusted soon.
Newspaper Story - The Planned Parenthood fight leads to a call to fire a top state offical.
Radio Story - Legislators stall a vote on stadium bill, claim bill targets St. Louis.
Radio Story - Missouri legislators were urged to give student free speech rights to students journalists.
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