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Newspaper Story - Missouri's governor bans reporters from a news briefing on higher education.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's Supreme Court heard a plea by an illegal foreigner to return her son to her custody.
Radio Story - The Guatemalan ambassador sat in on a Missouri Supreme Court argument on adoption to show his support of immigrant parental rights.
Newspaper Story - The largest House GOP caucus in Missouri history picks its leader.
Radio Story - The Secretary of State's office says overseas military personnel will be able to vote easier than last year.
Radio Story - The Missouri Children's Services Commission says Missouri needs to change legislation to protect children.
Radio Story - Kansas City Public Television hosted the first debate between Missouri U.S. Senate candidates Robin Carnahan and Roy Blunt.
Radio Story - The company that was the focus of a federal illegal worker raid three years ago is back in business with the state, and a second business with the same address is about to start a state contract, too.
Radio Story - The man who intended to stab Gov. Jay Nixon has been assigned a public defender, a spokeswoman for the office said.
Radio Story - The Fox News Network has filed a lawsuit against Democratic Senate candidate Robin Carnahan over a
Radio Story - Gov. Jay Nixon canceled his news conference at a Kansas City community college Tuesday after a dean's throat was slashed.
Radio Story - The age to conceal a gun would apply to people 21 years or older.
Newspaper Story - The 2010 legislative session wrapped up with house passage of ethics reform while Senate debated jobs
Newspaper Story - The state collects money from offenders through the Missouri Incarceration Reimbursement Act.
Newspaper Story - Overview of legislative progress on May 12, 2010
Radio Story - Missouri House members voted to let voters decide if the state should be subject to a federal healthcare law
Newspaper Story - Senate bill increasing informed consent for abortion passes out of House committee
Radio Story - Missouri's House votes to force employers to allow workers to bring firearms onto employee parking lots.
Radio Story - Missouri Honor Flight veterans are recognized at the State Capitol and greeted by legislators.
Radio Story - House Public Safety Committee Hears Arguments for and Against Banning Synthetic Marijuana
Newspaper Story - Senate Judiciary Committee hears bills to change DWI statutes and also assert state sovereignty
Radio Story - There was no opposition at a Senate committee hearing over a bill to limit federal power in Missouri.
Newspaper Story - The Senate voted to raise requirements needed before performing abortions.
Newspaper Story - The house gave first-round approval to a bill that would require photo ID to vote and create advance voting periods before elections.
Radio Story - The bill requires a valid photo ID for voters at the polls.
Newspaper Story - Tea Party activists speak out against taxes and universal health care while opposition points to underlying racism.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's attorney general was a no-show for a legislative hearing on urging him to join the federal health bill lawsuit.
Radio Story - House committee met to discuss suing the Federal Government, claiming the Health care act is unconstitutional.
Newspaper Story - By overwhelming approval, the House passed new abortion regulations
Newspaper Story - A bill heard by the House Urban Issues committee would protect against employment, public accommodation and housing discrimination based on a person's sexual orientation.
Newspaper Story - Senate committee heard bill that would alter the state's bullying policies
Radio Story - Missouri's House voted to speed up the ban on fake pot.
Radio Story - The House shot down an amendment to legalize medical marijuana in the same bill that would ban fake pot.
Newspaper Story - The House voted down an amendment that would legalize medical marijuana in a bill banning K2
Radio Story - Proposed changes to a Senate bill would overhaul the Missouri petition process
Newspaper Story - A state representative's estranged wife issued a letter Monday criticizing a state statute she said is delaying her divorce.
Newspaper Story - The Missouri Sunshine Law is being reviewed by the Missouri House and may see stricter provisions from Rep. Timothy Jones, R-St. Louis County.
Radio Story - Debate on a secret-ballot resolution stalled in the Senate on Wednesday as two legislators filibustered the issue.
Newspaper Story - A House committee discussed whether allowing state-funded cell phones makes private phone records public
Newspaper Story - Some errors have slowed the progress to ban K2 in Missouri, but bill's sponsor still expects it to pass
Newspaper Story - The Senate Judiciary Committee heard no opposition to a proposed statewide smoking ban.
Newspaper Story - The Senate Elections committee passed a bill that would make changes to the signature-based petition process.
Newspaper Story - A Senate committee passed a bill requiring abortion providers offer an ultrasound to woman at least a day before an abortion.
Newspaper Story - A Senate bill would require physicians to give abortion patients a chance to view an ultrasound of the unborn child 24 hours before an abortion.
Newspaper Story - Immigration rights groups speak out against legislation to mandate English only driver's license tests.
Newspaper Story - Sen. Joan Bray has filed a bill to allow local governments to post finances online
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.
Newspaper Story - The Senate Progress and Development Committee heard testimony on a bill prohibiting sexual orientation discrimination
Radio Story - A bill to ban felons from holding state office faced no opposition in a Senate committee, although the bill's sponsor says it's not a reaction to the Jeff Smith conviction.
Radio Story - Proposed health care bill provides options for Missouri.
Newspaper Story - A bill to require drug screening for welfare applicants is getting fast-track treatment in Missouri's legislature.
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