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1 hr ago | JD Supra
The Missouri General Assembly passed several tax-related bills at the end of the legislative session in mid-May that would have altered the Department of Revenue's burden of proof and changed its notice requirements.
1 hr ago | Common Dreams
Missouri voters in August will decide whether to add an electronic privacy provision to the state constitution, giving telecommunications the same protections that currently prevent police officers from searching through people's paper documents, mailboxes, homes, and possessions without a warrant.
5 hrs ago | HR Magazine
Transportation industry employers will want to review the new registry and determine what impact the changes may have for their logistics operations.
The third problematic execution in the U.S. in six months offers more evidence for the courts that lethal injection carries too many risks and amounts to cruel and unusual punishment, death-row lawyers and other opponents said Thursday.
More states are taking middle-of-the-road approaches toward the Common Core State Standards, and both opponents and supporters say it's a good thing.
All have combined to form Missouri Farmers Care, a well-oiled advocacy group whose "vision" is that "All Missourians will understand the truth about modern agriculture, food production and farm life and their connection to Missouri's food security ...
A new Indiegogo campaign is trying to raise money for a "media blitz" urging Missouri's governor to release the state's only inmate serving life without parole for nonviolent marijuana offenses, the Riverfront Times reports .
Graded dirt began to give way to pavement earlier this month as construction continued on the third and final phase of Hwy.
The University of Missouri-Kansas City's Free Enterprise Center snagged private funds to bolster technology for students and entrepreneurs.
Cardinals fans waited outside of Busch Stadium in a line that spilled into Highway 40, concerning some viewers.
Missouri continues to be the only state in the United States that won't allow a prescription drug database to be established.
Missouri Gubernatorial Candidate Catherine Hanaway appeared on the KZRG Morning News Watch Tuesday morning, and sounded off on several ballot measures that Missouri voters will be deciding on August 5th.
Charity groups that serve underprivileged families and women in crisis pregnancies are calling on the General Assembly to override the veto by Governor Jay Nixon of House Bill 1132.
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Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 01:18 pm
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