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January 2011 Stories
Newspaper Story - Cattlemen bring hay and grain to their cattle before strong winds, ice, snow
Newspaper Story - As winter weather approaches, MoDOT urges the public to stay off the roads.
Newspaper Story - Gov. Jay Nixon calls the National Guard into duty to help with expected blizzard
NewsBook - News summary for the week of January 24, 2010
Radio Story - A Missourian files a complaint to the ADA about smoking in the House of Representatives
Radio Story - An annual black victimization report from the Violence Policy Center reveals Missouri as the leader in black homicides.
Radio Story - Cigarette tax faces opposition from House Republicans
Radio Story - Congressman Russ Carnahan may lose his house seat due to redistricting.
Radio Story - St. Louis-area Congressman Russ Carnahan speaks at a state transportation meeting.
Radio Story - House Speaker Steve Tilley says he has faith in the drug testing bill for welfare passing.
Radio Story - Missouri Senate one step closer to passing bill giving subpoena power to Senate's leader
Newspaper Story - Opponents to voter-approved dog-breeding restrictions jam legislative committee hearings.
Newspaper Story - Missouri business owners and representatives urged Senators today to consider giving state corporations a tax break by eliminating the corporate franchise tax.
Radio Story - The House passes welfare drug testing by an overwhelming majority
Newspaper Story - If passed, a new law will legalize the testing of some welfare recipients based solely on suspicion
Radio Story - The Senate Progress and Development Committee heard testimonies of proponents and opponents of the St. Louis Police Control Bill.
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
Radio Story - Missouri's Attorney General released a report outlining twelve ways to clean up the Lake of the Ozarks
Radio Story - Proponents and Opponents of Proposition B overflowed the House Hearing Room Tuesday afternoon.
Radio Story - Republicans in Missouri's statehouse called on the state's attorney general to join the lawsuit against the federal health care law.
Radio Story - National School Choice week prompts announcement of education bills by House Republicans and Democrats.
Newspaper Story - Senate Finance Committee discusses proposal for photo ID requirement for voters
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers propose changes to education system including new tenure guidelines
Newspaper Story - Rep. Chris Kelly sponsored a bill that proposes using more sales tax to collect state revenue.
NewsBook - News summary for the week of January 17, 2010
Radio Story - Democratic Representative Jamilah Nasheed has founded two programs in the St. Louis City area to fight the high school dropout problem.
Newspaper Story - A 2010 court ruling over workers compensation could be reversed
Newspaper Story - Following House precedent, the Senate votes to join lawsuit against feds.
Radio Story - The House Urban Issues Committee passed HB 71 to give St. Louis local control of police department.
Radio Story - The Missouri Senate passed a resolution pushing Democratic Attorney General Chris Koster to join the fight against the federal government's health care law.
Radio Story - Gov. Jay Nixon has proposed a 7 percent cut in higher education funding and eliminating hundreds of state positions.
Radio Story - House Speaker and Minority Leader restrict the Governor from charging travel on state's tab.
Radio Story - Democrats are joining Republicans in criticizing Gov. Jay Nixon for passing travel expenses off on state agencies.
Radio Story - Ford says it's bringing a new vehicle to its plant near Kansas City, after state lawmakers worked overtime last year to give the company tax breaks.
NewsBook - News summary for the week of January 10, 2010
Radio Story - The Missouri House will not allow smoking in a general gallery for House members but the House rejected an attempt to prohibit smoking in their own offices.
Newspaper Story - The Missouri Transportation Commission imposes restrictions for automatic traffic enforcement.
Newspaper Story - Sen. Kurt Schaeffer, R-Columbia, named chairman of Appropriations Committee.
Radio Story - The Missouri Department of Transportation has added restrictions to all Red Light Cameras around the state
Newspaper Story - House passes resolution to sue government over health care reform.
Newspaper Story - Inciting rhetoric and security issues make conversation in Missouri statehouse after Saturday's shooting in Arizona.
Radio Story - Senator Mike Kehoe and Minority House Leader Mike Talboy give their reaction to the Arizona shooting.
NewsBook - News summary for the week of January 3, 2010
Radio Story - Representative Tim Meadows is sponsoring House Bill which he hopes will lead to the banning of all red light cameras in Missouri.
Radio Story - Steve Tilley was inaugurated as the speaker of the house and has sworn to make changes.
Newspaper Story - Job creation and bipartisan goals marked the opening session of Missouri's 96th General Assembly.
Newspaper Story - Business and GOP leaders address ideas to improve Missouri's economic situation.
Radio Story - Richard Clay is scheduled to be executed on January 12, his family and lawyer had a news conference to express his innocence and ask for clemency from the Governor.
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