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11 hrs ago | Medical News
Application backlogs are an issue in Missouri and South Carolina. In Florida, a medical association makes clear its support for expanding the low-income health insurance program, and in Georgia, Gov. Nathan Deal carves out a limited exception to his opposition to expanding Medicaid.
15 hrs ago | Washington Times
Later today, President Obama will return to Missouri to discuss jobs and the economy at the Uptown Theater in Kansas City.
22 hrs ago | Home
The Missouri Department of Revenue released a statement saying the sales tax holiday begins on the first Friday in August and continues through the following Sunday.
23 hrs ago | DigitalBURG
Missouri is an agricultural state. We depend on farms, both small and big, to supply food to our state and the country.
Yesterday | Mid Rivers Newsmagazine Front Page
I applaud Texas Gov. Rick Perry's decision to send the Texas National Guard to augment the U.S. border patrol, which is overwhelmed by a massive influx of illegal aliens crossing our southern border and hamstrung by the lack of support from our national government.
This week's most-read story came in the form of commentary. Mark Selig, assistant sports editor at the Missourian, tells a story of playing pick-up basketball with Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk, who just came from the Southeastern Conference media days.
Opponents of Amendment 7 say this: "Missouri families are already hard pressed to pay their bills during this period of slow economic recovery."
Improvements to the University of Missouri System's STEM facilities - those related to science, technology, engineering and math - topped the list of capital MU requested $104.3 million for its STEM Renovation and Rehabilitation Project, which includes renovations to five campus buildings and would eliminate $57.6 million of deferred maintenance, ... (more)
The type of contraceptives used before pregnancy may influence the risk of gestational diabetes mellitus , according to research published July 17 in Preventing Chronic Disease .
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.
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.
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.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 11:46 pm
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