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2008 Judiciary Stories
Newspaper Story - Department of Natural Resources comes under fire in third attorney general candidate debate
Radio Story - Hulshof's Attempts Desperate.
Newspaper Story - Protection for journalists emerges in the second debate of candidates for attorney general.
Newspaper Story - Nonpartisan Court Plan has faced long history of scrutiny
Newspaper Story - If elected governor, Rep. Kenny Hulshof plans to create the position of Inspector General in order to prosecute government corruption.
Radio Story - Kenny Hulshof Attacks Attorney General Jay Nixon.
Radio Story - Stock Market Crashing
Newspaper Story - The Missouri Bar denounces Hulshof's proposed changes to nonpartisan judicial selection
Radio Story - 300 illegal aliens are behind bars and Governor Blunt is the reason according to his office
Radio Story - Missouri Senators stalled progress on a bill that would make it legal to ride a motorcycle without a helmet.
Newspaper Story - Democrat attorney general candidates say that Matt Blunt has should abide by the sunshine laws and reveal the content of e-mails that were deleted.
Radio Story - Democratic representative from Columbia voiced his approval for a lawsuit against governor.
Newspaper Story - U.S. Supreme Court upholds voter ID law, but Missouri lawmakers say it won't affect the state
Radio Story - The Supreme Court ruling allowing a photo I.D. requirement for Indiana voters won't impact Missourians
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 - Governor Blunt calls on Missouri courts to issue execution dates for pending delath penalty cases
Radio Story - Missouri Republicans agree that polygamous relationships are wrong but how the state deals with children in those cases is a delicate matter.
Newspaper Story - House gives initial approval to a bill that would put more non-lawyers on nominating board
Radio Story - A Senate Bill that would make the death penalty possible for those convicted of child rape faced opposition at a Monday Judiciary Hearing.
Radio Story - With only six weeks remaining in the legislature, a bill that seeks a moratorium of the death penalty in Missouri may have arrived too late. Rebecca Layne has more from Jefferson City.
Radio Story - Missouri's House approved without allowing debate a proposed constitutional amendment to block courts from ordering tax or spending increases.
Radio Story - Senate Commitee sinks the legal blood alcohol limit for boaters.
Radio Story - A bipartisan bill would create tougher laws against dog fighting in Missouri
Radio Story - The House gave first-round approval to a constituitonal amendment that would require government agencies, including schools, to allow voluntary prayer in their facilities.
Radio Story - A bill propsed Monday would require Missouri judges to run for election as nonpartisan candidates.
Radio Story - Missouri Chief Justice urges lawmakers to keep their hands off nonpartisan selection process of the state judges
Newspaper Story - Missouri's chief justice urges lawmakers to retain the state's non-partisan court plan.
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 - In Missouri, state law makers are addressing how to begun deliberating measures to make it a crime to do what one person did on the internet that drove one teenager to suicide.
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