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Radio Story - MU football coach, Gary Pinkel, was arrested Wednesday night for DWI.
Newspaper Story - Like Pennsylvania, Missouri doesn't require witnesses to directly report child abuse to authorities.
Radio Story - State Supreme Court debates whether a cap on medical malpractice damages is constitutional.
Newspaper Story - Attorneys argue whether the legislature can cap high-dollar damages for medical malpractice.
Radio Story - Missouri Health Department officials refuse to talk about the E. coli outbreak facing St. Louis.
Newspaper Story - Missouri Senate committee digs in to determine consequences of failed Chinese development project
Radio Story - Mamtek CEO starts new company to repay Moberly
Radio Story - With Governor Nixon's China hub bill stalled, the Senate launches an investigation of another China deal.
Radio Story - A group of activists at the Capitol urge lawmakers to consider China's human Rights policies in legislation
Radio Story - Facebook bill heads to Missouri House for a final vote after getting the education committee's approval.
Radio Story - With the support of the STL Police Association, the Local Control Bill passes through the House committee.
Radio Story - Senate and education organizations agree on compromise language in the controversial
Radio Story - After many complaints from Missourians, the state has decided to terminate it's contract with Syncare,
Newspaper Story - Missouri's auditor attacks a newspaper editorial over his lawsuit against the governor.
Radio Story - St. Louis Democratic House Representative says Kinder strip club scandal is not important.
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers collaborate to develop a plan to streamline the state's corrections system.
Newspaper Story - Religious institutions voice their positions and influence lawmaking process in the Missouri's Capitol.
Radio Story - The Missouri Senate approved a plan lowering the age of conceal and carry while also allowing legislative staff to conceal and carry in the Capitol.
Radio Story - Legislation that allows prayer in public schools and government buildings is on the governor's desk.
Newspaper Story - House amends and sends back the bill requiring state-issued photo ID to vote.
Radio Story - Auditor Tom Schweich's office, a major recipient of Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder's campaign donations a year ago, plans to audit Kinder's travel reimbursements.
Radio Story - Legislation that allows prayer in public schools and goverment buildings heads to Senate for fourth year in a row.
Newspaper Story - Gov. Jay Nixon backs a compromise on Proposition B dog-breeding legislation.
Radio Story - The Governor backed a compromise to Proposition B headlined by weaker regulations and more than one million dollars added to its budget.
Radio Story - Missouri animal shelters come together for Humane Day
Radio Story - Crime scene photos will not be accessible by the public or the press under a bill heard by the house committee on Crime Prevention and Public Safety.
Radio Story - Weeks after a similar bill passed out of the Missouri House, the Senate passed a bill restricting late-term abortions and defining fetus viability
Radio Story - House gives third-round approval for bill that would place restrictions on abortion inducing drugs.
Radio Story - The Lieutenant Governor spent over 35,000 while visiting the St. Louis area
Newspaper Story - The Missouri House strips Gov. Nixon of additional travel funds as they passed the 2012 budget.
Radio Story - The Missouri House strips Gov. Nixon of additional travel funds.
Radio Story - Lawmakers push the bill that limits funeral protesting
Radio Story - A bill passed by the Missouri House would prevent women from getting abortions after 20 weeks of gestation unless have second doctor opinion
Newspaper Story - Payday loan regulations that would restrict loan offices' high rates passed in a House committee.
Radio Story - Republican House leaders decide not to vote on legislation that would repeal Prop B.
Newspaper Story - The governor would no longer be able to charge his travel expenses to other state agencies under new bill language introduced by the House Budget Committee Monday.
Newspaper Story - A Missouri legislative committee is urged to force Planned Parenthood to disclose how it's using federal funds.
Radio Story - People with disabilities will not have to worry about loosing right to care for their children under this legislation.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's House votes to require the governor to disclose details of his future travel.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's state auditor revealed legislation Wednesday that allows him to audit state departments to standardize operating procedures
Newspaper Story - Senate and House committee chairs give update on redistricting progress.
Newspaper Story - House Health Care Committee passed a motion to increase restrictions on abortion laws
Newspaper Story - House Appropriations Committee approved a bill to cut budgets 5% for statewide elected officials.
Radio Story - State auditor Tom Schweich unveiled what he calls a more aggressive approach to auditing.
Radio Story - Photo ID Bill passes through Missouri House Elections committee.
Newspaper Story - Health Care Committee hears bill to add regulations to abortion laws
Radio Story - Link denied clemency from Governor Nixon
Newspaper Story - The governor's travel costs come under legislative attack
Radio Story - The House passes welfare drug testing by an overwhelming majority
Radio Story - Senate hearing heated up when discussing the specific wording of Prop.-B Wednesday
Newspaper Story - St. Louis Police Department issue of local control fires up residents, police officers
Newspaper Story - Senate Finance Committee discusses proposal for photo ID requirement for voters
Newspaper Story - Inciting rhetoric and security issues make conversation in Missouri statehouse after Saturday's shooting in Arizona.
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