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Panel takes up GOP bill to expand Medicaid
Legal experts found fault in a proposed work requirement Monday as a House panel took up a Republican bill that would expand Medicaid.
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Sewer line extension feasibility study set for Camelot Estates
The Lake of the Ozarks Council of Local Governments has been awarded a $113,800 grant from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources to conduct a sewer line extension feasibility study in the area known as the Camelot Estates Sewer District.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Missouri lawmakers debate legalizing marijuana
Rep. Chris Kelly, a Democrat from Columbia, sponsored the bill, which would impose a 25 percent tax.
MoDOT crews go on pothole patrol
The Missouri Department of Transportation will take advantage of warmer weather to do work filling potholes left behind by the ice and snow.
U.S. Senate passes military sex assault bill, may take months in House
The U.S. Senate voted 97-0 on Monday to pass reforms in how the military handles sexual assault cases, but it likely will be many months before the changes become law.
MoDOT program asks motorists to report potholes
LOUIS -- Now that the worst of winter is apparently over, the Missouri Department of Transportation is enlisting the help of motorists in the effort to fill potholes on state-maintained roadways.
KRMS-AM Osage Beach
State Senators to debate changes to criminal code
State Senators are considering big changes to Missouri's set of criminal laws. The proposed criminal code was introduced in the senate through a 1,100-page bill, SB 491 which is a bipartisan proposal that calls for many necessary and sweeping changes to the state's criminal law.
Tony's Kansas City
Show-Me Missouri Right To Work Fight
STL Public Radio Report on the real fight this session among the Missouri General Assembly and the biggest upcoming defeat for the Democratic Party super-minority: "Right to work" - dubbed "right to work for less'' by critics - would bar unions and employers from requiring all workers to pay union dues or a service fee if a majority votes to join a ... (more)
Sun Mar 09, 2014
School Board expected to hear update on nature school, superintendent search
Peter Stiepleman, assistant superintendent for elementary schools, will present more information to the board about the nature school that was originally brought before the board in September.
Daylight Saving: Time for It to End?
Is it time for Daylight Saving Time to end? That's the feeling of many of DST's opponents who are pushing for state laws that seek to sunset the decades-long practice.
Waiting period at heart of abortion debate
Samuel Lee, a fixture at the Missouri Capitol who lobbies lawmakers to pass anti-abortion legislation, knows why the General Assembly is considering extending the amount of time a woman is required to wait before having an abortion.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
KSDK-TV Saint Louis
Drivers say 'Stan Span' is a bumpy ride
It's been a month since the Stan Musial Veterans' Memorial Bridge opened, and some drivers say it's been a bumpy ride.
Minute: Drum major John Stahl leads Mini Mizzou
The Missourian Minute is a regular series from scenes around mid-Missouri. These visual slices of life capture the sights and sounds of people and the activities they love.
Tired of a specific pothole? Tell the MoDOT Pothole Patrol
On Monday, the Missouri Department of Transportation will begin its second annual Pothole Patrol .
Gov. Nixon Announces More Funding for Domestic Violence Shelters
The governor said the Missouri Housing Development Commission and the Missouri Department of Social Services will provide $1.3 million for the shelters.
Higher education is a value for future
For more than 30 years, the business world was my home. I was fortunate enough to have a seat at the leadership table for large, complex organizations like IBM, leading thousands of employees through times of significant change and revolutionary business practices.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Senator seeks distance from federal laws
State Sen. Brian Nieves doesn't think lawyers or the courts have the only right to determine whether a federal law is constitutional.
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Biz incubator helps entrepreneurs get started
Turning talent into ideas and drive into dollars, Thing Big, a business incubator on Baltimore Avenue is doing just that.
Hampton Roads Daily Press
Virginia Cancer Plan urges prevention, screenings
Enjoying a break from work, smokers gather in a park near the intersection of 8th Street and Broadway in downtown Kansas City, Mo.
Bad Data, Bad Tech and No Expansion Lead to Fall in Missouri Medicaid Enrollment
After President Barack Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services estimated that nearly 12 million people would be added to the country's Medicaid rolls by 2014.