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2008 Welfare Stories
Radio Story - An MU official says his program will produce needed rural health workers.
Radio Story - With the Missouri auto industry declining, a new Missouri government says new technologies will bring new infrastructure to the state.
Radio Story - More than 1,000 Missourians could be on their way to collect food stamps, one of the only things the Department of Social Services provides to those without children
Newspaper Story - A feature on job creation. As Gov.-Elect Jay Nixon prepares to take office in office in January, the economy continues to be an important issue in Missouri as more workers are let go and the Chrysler plant has shut down.
Radio Story - Two Missouri State Agencies have different opinions on how to deal with the unemployment problem
Radio Story - High rollers rejoice, Missouri gamblers can spend as much as they want at casinos effective immediately.
Radio Story - Proposition B's lead author says the union it could create is not the focus because the bill is directed at those who need the care.
Radio Story - The Missouri Home Health Care Ballot Initiative is full of controversy this voting season.
Newspaper Story - On the ballot, this November, will be the chance to create a council to manage state home health care workers in Missouri.
Newspaper Story - Health Care in Missouri
Radio Story - With the economy in a decline more Missourians need outside help.
Radio Story - It is not only wall street big wigs who will feel the effects of yesterday's stock market plunge
Radio Story - Stock Market Crashing
Newspaper Story - Insure Missouri buried in the last week of session.
Radio Story - After an early morning Senate session support for illegal immigrants was back on the floor Wednesday.
Newspaper Story - A debate over laws regulating hospital expansion is stalling legislation to expand health care coverage.
Radio Story - Missouri legislators began debate over a new Insure Missouri program under the Missouri Health Transformation Act, sponsored by Republican Senator Tom Dempsey.
Radio Story - The Senate debated a measure that supporters say would give health care coverage to more than 200,000 people, but some Senate Democrats say it doesn't go far enough. Rebecca Layne has more from Jefferson City.
Newspaper Story - Insure Missouri remains in the Senate as legislators debate amendments.
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 - The Senate Health Committee approves a major expansion of government-funded health care.
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.
Newspaper Story - The governor's plan to expand health care for the lower income emerges in the legislature.
Radio Story - Someone swearing at a friend could be charged with harrassment and a class D felony if Republican Representative Joe Smith's bill gets passed. Rebecca Layne has more from Jefferson City.
Radio Story - A type of staph infection known as MRSA has spurred the sponsorship of a bill that would require all staph infection cases be reported to the Department of Health and Senior Services. Rebecca Layne has more from Jefferson City.
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 - 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.
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