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Brandon Smith Stories
Brandon Smith Stories
- 12/ 5/2007: Radio Story - After lawmakers filed bills for the 2008 legislative session Monday, St. Louis Democrat Senator Jeff Smith spoke about a trend he sees in Republican issues.
- 12/ 3/2007: Radio Story - In response to the suicide of an O'Fallon girl who was reportedly bullied online, Republican State Senator Scott Rupp is proposing a bill to make cyber-bullying a crime.
- 11/28/2007: Radio Story - After nearly two years of debate and countless rejected offers, Ameren UE and Attorney General Jay Nixon finally reached a settlement over the 2005 Taum Sauk disaster.
- 11/28/2007: Radio Story - Ameren UE will pay nearly 200 million dollars from a settlement with Attorney General Jay Nixon over the 2005 Taum Sauk disaster.
- 11/26/2007: Radio Story - As the governor continues to put pressure on illegal immigrants, one state department says Blunt's newest issue is actually a non-issue.
- 11/14/2007: Radio Story - In the midst of the Governor dealing with his own Sunshine law controversy, the Missouri Republican Party has made Sunshine requests of 19 Democrats in the House and Senate.
- 11/ 7/2007: Radio Story - After the Republican candidate for attorney general spoke out about the governor's handling of Sunshine law requests, the Democratic Party's spokeman is waiting on a response from the Democratic candidates.
- 10/31/2007: Radio Story - Scott Eckersley's attorney denies any political motivations behind Eckersley's pursuit of a legal case against the governor's office
- 10/29/2007: Radio Story - One of the leading Republican lawyers in the state is considering joining the legal team of a laywer fired by Governor Blunt.
- 10/24/2007: Radio Story - Despite a Jefferson City High School cross country athlete getting a staph infection, the school continues its current policy of educating students about prevention.
- 10/17/2007: Radio Story - A new strain of staph infection is causing a growing number of deaths in the U.S, and doctors are having trouble recognizing it.
- 10/10/2007: Radio Story - It could be months before child-kidnapper Michael Devlin finds his permanent cell in Missouri's prison system.
- 10/ 1/2007: Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers have made it easier for a given population to incorporate their own village.
- 9/26/2007: Radio Story - A Missouri Republican Party press release accused Attorney General and Democratic candidate for governor Jay Nixon of illegally using a state vehicle to attend political fundraising events.
- 9/24/2007: Radio Story - Missouri was a non-participant at a meeting last week in which nearly half the states in the country tried to decide how your Internet purchases are taxed.
- 9/19/2007: Radio Story - After an illegal immigrant drove his SUV into a restaurant patio in Clayton, a member of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce does not foresee any serious response from lawmakers.
- 9/17/2007: Radio Story - As Terry Jarrett prepares to step in at the Public Service Commission, outgoing commissioner Steve Gaw issued a warning to rate payers in Missouri.
- 9/12/2007: Radio Story - At a press conference, Governor Matt Blunt remained steadfast in his backing of chief of staff Ed Martin.
- 9/10/2007: Radio Story - Senate Republican deserter Chris Koster says he may leave politics altogether after quitting the Republican party only several weeks ago.
- 9/10/2007: Radio Story - A Cole County judge will hear a request Tuesday to halt a 230 million dollar transfer from the Missouri college loan program to the state government to be used for the governor's building program.
- 8/29/2007: Radio Story - Sen. Koster's plans for the upcoming legislative session
- 8/29/2007: Radio Story - Bartle ready to take on NFL's media coverage policy
- 8/27/2007: Radio Story - Blunt Unveils tough new policies against illegal immigration
- 8/27/2007: Radio Story - Blunt unveils tough new policies against illegal immigration.