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2011 Judiciary Stories
Newspaper Story - After a few tries, Missouri finally has new legislative districts.
Radio Story - Mizzou football coach Gary Pinkel suspended for one week along with other consequences.
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 - Lawmakers urged to place unaccredited school district students in charter schools.
Radio Story - Senate considers decision to end the special session.
Radio Story - Facebook bill heads to Missouri House for a final vote after getting the education committee's approval.
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,
Radio Story - Budget Committee Members question the success of a new Health & Senior Services program.
Radio Story - The legislature's senior Democrat says Gov. Nixon has had too much flexibility in spending.
Newspaper Story - Missouri's auditor attacks a newspaper editorial over his lawsuit against the governor.
Radio Story - Two major Missouri police associations say an East Coast lineup ruling won't change things here in Missouri.
Newspaper Story - The House Budget Committee chair blisters the state's budget director.
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers collaborate to develop a plan to streamline the state's corrections system.
Radio Story - A new bipartisan task force seeks ways to reduce the number of repeat offenders in the state's prisons.
Newspaper Story - Business got only part of what they wanted from the 2011 Missouri legislative session.
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 - Missouri's Auditor releases a partial audit of the Division of Finance and requests bank examination documents.
Radio Story - Missouri's State Auditor is investigating allegations of inflated attendance records for a St. Louis school.
Radio Story - Missouri Senate passed a bill allowing counties to build jails anywhere
Radio Story - The Missouri House approves bill limiting the use of foreign law in state courts.
Radio Story - Religious activists share their thoughts about Missouri politics and equality
Radio Story - Republican Senators say they're opposed to a redistricting plan from the Republican House
Radio Story - Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster files for a brief challenging the constitutionality of the federal health care mandate
Radio Story - A Republican sponsored plan to force Attorney General Chris Koster to sue the federal government for not enforcing immigration laws stalls in the Senate.
Radio Story - Opponents of giving control of St. Louis Police back to the city have filed suit, saying the ballot language and costs will mislead voters.
Radio Story - New Judge picked to preside over case against Missouri prosecutor
Newspaper Story - The House Judiciary Committee might abolish the Sentencing Advisory Commission
Radio Story - The House Judiciary Committee hears people speak out in favor of and against abolishing the Missouri Sentencing Advisory Commission.
Radio Story - A bill to require photo-id to vote gets first round approval in the Senate
Radio Story - Missouri's Chief Justice delivers annual speech to state legislators
Radio Story - Missouri Senate one step closer to passing bill giving subpoena power to Senate's leader
Newspaper Story - A 2010 court ruling over workers compensation could be reversed
Newspaper Story - House passes resolution to sue government over health care reform.
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