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Newspaper Story - More layoffs are likely as state expects another $1 billion deficit.
Newspaper Story - More layoffs are likely as the state braces for another $1 billion deficit.
Radio Story - Missouri stands to lose $1 billion from the federal government.
Newspaper Story - The GOP is expected to have at least four strong candidates for the next governor's race in 2004.
Newspaper Story - Most of the new House and Senate leadership is either young or a lawyer or both.
Newspaper Story - Sen. Ken Jacob was nominated for minority floor leader as Democrats pledged to work in a bipartisan manner during the next session.
Newspaper Story - Republicans nominated Catherine Hanaway to lead their slate of candidates for the House, which they now dominate by a 90-73 margin.
Newspaper Story - Republicans now control the Missouri House for the first time since 1954.
Newspaper Story - Republicans are showing signs they are confident they will win the Missouri House in next week's election.
Newspaper Story - Republicans and Democrats both expect to win this fall's elections.
Newspaper Story - Provisional-voting lawsuit settled.
Newspaper Story - Big time lobbyists in the state are ignoring no parking restrictions around the statehouse.
Newspaper Story - Some top leadership positions in the House and Senate will be up for grabs due to term limits.
Newspaper Story - The legislature agreed to raise taxes enough so that no special session will be needed to balance the budget.
Newspaper Story - The Senate removed the state's major population centers from a bill that would allow Missourians to carry concealed weapons.
Newspaper Story - The Senate took out the state's major population centers from the concealed weapons bill.
Newspaper Story - The state spending bill on stadiums and economic development passed another hurdle Thursday when it received a favorable vote from the House Commerce Committee.
Newspaper Story - The stadium and economic development bill would spread money to St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield and Branson.
Newspaper Story - The Senate passed the $644 million stadium and economic development bill.
Newspaper Story - Stadiums receive first-round approval from Senate.
Newspaper Story - Supporters of the stadium bill fought off killer amendments in the Senate.
Newspaper Story - Some Christian groups are opposed to liberalizing gambling laws.
Newspaper Story - Funding for the new Cardinals' stadium is finding little support this year.
Radio Story - The Cardinals face more restrictions, but the Blues will get more money.
Newspaper Story - The House approved Southwest Missouri State University changing its name to Missouri State University.
Newspaper Story - Spring break started Thursday for Missouri legislators.
Newspaper Story - Legislators have introduced more bills this year than ever before.
Newspaper Story - It has been a bad week for Gov. Bob Holden in Missouri's legislature.
Newspaper Story - House Speaker Jim Kreider does not like the governor's proposal for a new ballpark but says he will not block it.
Newspaper Story - Under Holden's proposed budget, state employees would get no raises for the second straight year.
Newspaper Story - The state is facing lower general revenue collections for the first time on record.
Newspaper Story - Sen. Peter Kinder's chief of staff resigned.
Newspaper Story - A bill that would allow Missourians to carry concealed weapons is being pushed through the Legislature again.
Newspaper Story - The Cardinals are seeking $100 million in state money for a new downtown ballpark.
Newspaper Story - Local taxing entities could earn more interest on their reserve money
Newspaper Story - Removal of statute of limitations on rape, sodomy passes House
Radio Story - abortion-providing clinics can now receive state money again
Newspaper Story - More than 160,000 Missourians will have no representation in Missouri's Senate for two years because of the Senate redistricting plan for the next decade.
Newspaper Story - Harlan and Graham will both run for the same Senate seat in 2004.
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