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2008 Children & Family Stories
Radio Story - Missouri kids would start school sooner under a legislative proposal.
Newspaper Story - A profile on a Missouri family with biological, adopted, and foster children.
Radio Story - High rollers rejoice, Missouri gamblers can spend as much as they want at casinos effective immediately.
Radio Story - The effects of charter schools in Missouri are discussed as both presidential candidates hope to expand the schools throughout the country.
Radio Story - No Requirements for Lead
Radio Story - Non-profit organizations have less money.
Radio Story - A gambling loss limits initiative could mean more money for Missouri's economy but some say it could be dangerous to its residents
Radio Story - With the economy in a decline more Missourians need outside help.
Radio Story - Stock Market Crashing
Newspaper Story - Missouri, along with Sarah Palin's Alaska, is one of the few states in the country that does not regulate home schooling.
Radio Story - Turf specialists say Missouri's heavy rain is ruining lawns.
Radio Story - Heavy rains lead to harmful fungus that pet owners need to watch out for.
Radio Story - After an early morning Senate session support for illegal immigrants was back on the floor Wednesday.
Radio Story - A senate bill making the Death Penalty possible for Child Rapists unexpectedly picked up Speed Monday in Jefferson City.
Radio Story - A bill that would create a Children's Bill of Rights in court faced controversy from the Senate Judiciary Committee chairman.
Radio Story - Missouri Republicans agree that polygamous relationships are wrong but how the state deals with children in those cases is a delicate matter.
Radio Story - While Illinois tries to reduce the age of permit drivers, Missouri stays resrticted.
Radio Story - Republican Senator Gary Nodler of Joplin lashes out at Missouri Right to Life during a Senate Session hearing an abortion bill.
Newspaper Story - The Senate Health Committee dhair files bill that would create a pilot program for getting flu vaccines into schools.
Newspaper Story - Rep. Hodges introduces a bill that would require insureance companies to cover infertinity treatment such as invitro.
Newspaper Story - Missouri adoption agencies search for adoptive care for children that are HIV positive.
Radio Story - Missouri's House Education Committee chair Jane Cunningham says sexual misconduct by teachers is one of the Elementary and Secondary Education Committee's top priorities for this year's legislative process. The issue was raised in this weekend's edition of the public television program Jeff City Journal covered by Rebecca Layne.
Radio Story - A Missouri Senator says that mandatory school flu vaccinations are a future possibility as the flu season comes into full effect.
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers were urged to vote yes to a 24 hour waiting period for abortions.
Radio Story - St. Louis school children are urging Missouri lawmakers to make the ice cream cone the official state dessert.
Radio Story - Children filled the Senate hearing today in hopes of declaring the ice cream cone as Missouri's official state dessert. Erika Navarrete (Nahv-ah-rett) has more from the capitol.
Radio Story - If a parent is found cohabitating with someone other than a spouse, their child custody rights could be in peril. Rebecca Layne has more from Jefferson City.
Radio Story - A bill is proposed that will raise pay for math and science teachers in Missouri Public Schools.
Radio Story - Everyone knows the usefulness of a rating system for restaurants and hotels. But how useful would a rating system be for your child care provider?
Radio Story - High school students could face random drug testing if the senate judiciary chair gets his way.
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