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2010 Consumer & Business Stories
Radio Story - For the second time in as many days, Missouri's governor refused to answer questions after he delayed a trade trip to Asia.
Newspaper Story - The Missouri Gaming Commission unanimously selected Cape Girardeau and Isle of Capri to receive the state's sole gaming license.
Radio Story - Missouri Gaming Commission unanimously voted to award the final casino bid to Cape Gireadu and Isle of Capri
Radio Story - Casino proposals to be reviewed at Missouri Gaming Commission meeting on December 1st
Newspaper Story - Members of the Tax Credit Review Commission voted to recommend a lower cap on historic preservation tax credits, dropping funds from $140 million to $75 million
Radio Story - Two votes to slash Missouri's historic tax credits failed Tuesday in a subcommitee of the broader Tax Credit Review Commission.
Newspaper Story - Business and labor renew debate over "right to work" efforts for 2011
Radio Story - Missouri looks to borrowing money to cover unemployment payment obligations of business.
Newspaper Story - The largest House GOP caucus in Missouri history picks its leader.
Radio Story - St. Louis is one of three seeking the final gaming commission bid
Radio Story - Kansas City Public Television hosted the first debate between Missouri U.S. Senate candidates Robin Carnahan and Roy Blunt.
Radio Story - The earnings Tax in St. Louis and Kansas City is part of the budget but how much does it really make up? Jamal Andress has more from the state capitol.
Radio Story - On November 2nd, Missourians will get the chance to make a property transfer tax unconstitutional.
Newspaper Story - Three years after the immigration raid that detained about two dozen illegal workers, Sam's Janitorial Services is back to cleaning state government buildings.
Radio Story - Missouri Digital News's Theo Keith interviews Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Robin Carnahan on the economy, trailing in the polls, and those pesky robo-calls.
Radio Story - First it was E. coli in Lake of the Ozarks, now it's dead grass at the state Capitol. Theo Keith explains in Jefferson City.
Radio Story - The list of contestants for Missouri's final casino license is down to four, and two St. Louis area proposals are still in the running.
Radio Story - The Missouri Gaming Commission will choose a priority candidate for the state's up-for-grabs casino license by year's end.
Radio Story - A Missouri judge will decide Friday if a law limiting the state's adult entertainment industry takes effect.
Radio Story - Gov. Jay Nixon spent another day pushing tax credits for businesses.
Newspaper Story - Senate passed K-2 ban without the House provision that makes possession of any amount a felony.
Radio Story - Missouri Senators voted Wednesday to ban synthetic marijuana
Newspaper Story - House committee passed bill that would extend the expiration date of legislation that allows state institutions of higher education to sell land without General Assembly approval.
Newspaper Story - UPDATE: Filing issues led to AT&T's sales tax license being revoked
Radio Story - Just days after the speaker of the House said he would not address tax credits this session, the state auditor said the program is creating major problems for Missouri.
Newspaper Story - AT&T is currently committing a crime by operating in Missouri with a revoked sales tax license
Newspaper Story - The state auditor said Monday that Missouri tax credits will require more government controls and better fiscal projections.
Radio Story - Missouri police would be able to get blood samples from DWI suspects under an amendment the House approved Wednesday.
Newspaper Story - Top priorities before Missouri's legislature remain unresolved in the final seven weeks of the session.
Newspaper Story - Missouri lawmakers consider how to control a growing population of wild hogs.
Newspaper Story - Less than 24 hours after healthcare legislation passed the U.S. House of Representatives, a state Senate committee advanced a bill to ban abortion coverage.
Newspaper Story - A bill mandating Medicaid coverage for bleeding disorders received no opposition in committee hearing
Newspaper Story - A Senate bill would increase the number of games a Bingo license holder can conduct.
Newspaper Story - Bill would would allow doctor to override pharmaceutical entities from blocking prescribed drugs until alternative therapy fails
Radio Story - During a debate on an Internet sales tax, a conservative rural senator was called a
Newspaper Story - Bill rids 'suspension rule' that allows insurance companies to indefinitely hold claim
Radio Story - The Senate Commerce committee listened to a Republican senator sell legislation helping identity theft victims.
Newspaper Story - The Senate heard a bill that would ban felons from obtaining fireworks permits
Newspaper Story - Anti-porn bill before Senate comes at the heels of an FBI investigation
Radio Story - Senate approves Bartle sex shop bill days after he testifies in front of a federal grand jury.
Radio Story - A bill that would require insurance companies to cover autism has passed the Senate.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's Senate passed a bill that would require insurance companies to cover autism.
Radio Story - A bill that would help prevent sexual orientation discrimination left Senators at a committee hearing silent.
Newspaper Story - An effort to include welfare recipients in the autism insurance requirement stalled Senate action.
Radio Story - With general revenue way down, Missouri will have to continue to tighten its belt says Budget Chair Icet
Radio Story - In a visit to the Missouri Capitol on Monday, the Chinese ambassador to the United States talked trade and Taiwan.
Radio Story - Tax exemptions for seniors and charities are threatened by new sales tax.
Radio Story - The state Gaming Commission has voted to sink the President Casino, a riverboat gambling center in St. Louis.
Newspaper Story - The Joint Committee on Tax Policy called for a review of tax credit programs to determine the state's return on tax credits and the amount and type of credits still owed by the state.
Newspaper Story - Nixon's proposal to mandate autism insurance coverage clears a Senate Committee
Newspaper Story - A bill that would allow an exception in liquor laws for Valentine's Days that fall on a Sunday was passed out of Rules Committee
Radio Story - In a year lawmakers promised they'd focus on ethics reform and the budget crisis, one of the first bills to reach the House floor is about buying alcohol on Valentine's Day.
Radio Story - Governor Nixon's State of the State raised has some top Senators worried.
Newspaper Story - The State Auditor said that a tax refund for businesses who file taxes on time cost Missouri $93 million in 2008 and should be repealed.
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