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David Rosman: For the most part, don't mess with state constitution
Almost two weeks. That is how much time you have until the Aug. 5 primary election, and if you think this one is not important, well, let's take a look.
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Tue Jul 22, 2014
KMOV-TV Saint Louis
Lines for Busch Stadium spill onto interstate ramp
Cardinals fans waited outside of Busch Stadium in a line that spilled into Highway 40, concerning some viewers.
Recent Missouri editorials
Missouri continues to be the only state in the United States that won't allow a prescription drug database to be established.
Missouri Gov Candidate Sounds Off on Amendment 7
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.
KZIM-AM Cape Girardeau
The Governor vetoed HB 1132 Did the decision hurt the poor?
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.
EPA in hot water over proposed CWA rule
Despite a recent public relations campaign through Missouri farm country to attempt to calm the waters about the proposed changes to the definition of "Waters of the United States" under the Clean Water Act, EPA continues to take heat from farmers and ranchers, and lawmakers.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Columbia Journalism Review
Minus proper archives, news outlets risk losing years of backstories forever
Print stories can be lost, but digital stories last forever, captured for eternity in some nebulous internet ether or on a hard drive in a desk drawer.
Tony's Kansas City
First on TKC: Community Push Back Against Kansas City Tax and Spend Dead Tree Media Journalism
Because or Kansas City blog community is NOW THE LEADER IN LOCAL FREE SPEECH AND OP/ED OPINION for both the for both the cowtown intelligentsia AND the broke-ass plebs .
KSDK-TV Saint Louis
MoDOT schedules Olive sidewalk, street improvementsMoDOT schedules...
Sidewalk and street improvements on Olive Boulevard between Interstate 170 and Lindbergh are set to begin next week, according to the Missouri Department of Transportation.
Justice Matters: Judges must not express personal opinions
It is almost primary election time. Voters soon will face decisions about issues and candidates.
Show Me the Records: Track activity of Missouri charities, donations online
Most government records are open to the public at no charge. These records give citizens the opportunity to find out what's going on, how their elected officials are spending tax dollars, how the various departments within a governmental entity work and other valuable information needed to make strong decisions for the future.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
the Week in Photos: Jump rope tricks, Como Connect Information Bus
COLUMBIA This week, Missourian photographers captured images of roaming pigs, jump rope tricks, an information bus and a caring mechanic.
Las Cruces Sun-News
I-25 overpass, at Missouri Avenue, will be replaced
That will be the case for thousands of Las Cruces motorists who regularly drive on or under the Interstate 25 overpass at Missouri Avenue.
Saint Louis Front Page
Governor Jay Nixon Reauthorizes Missouri Rx Program
Return of Polar Vortex to Trigger Midwest Storms, Chill ST. LOUIS, MO, , July 13, 2014 - While the effect of the July sun and warm landscape will cancel some of the cool air, it will become surprisingly cool in the Midwest during what is typically the hottest time of the year.
Questions about Missouri right to farm legislation
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 ...
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Why I voted in the Republican primary today
My schedule is a bit annoyingly irregular in the summer, and I can pretty well guarantee that I will be out of town on the day of the August primary.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Pulaski County Daily
Blunt glad Supreme Court restricted EPA's greenhouse gas rules
U.S. Senator Roy Blunt released the following statement today in response to the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling restricting greenhouse gas regulations, which the noted "placed limits on the sole Obama administration program already in place to deal with power plant and factory emissions of gases blamed for global warming."
Proposed Quik Trip now in doubt
Six months have passed since developers announced their intent to acquire prime real estate at the southeast corner of intersection Highway 9 and Highway 45 in Parkville.
Sheriff weighs in on Amendment No. 5, right to keep and bear arms
As gun control remains a hot button issue across the nation, Pettis County voters will weigh in Aug. 5 by choosing to support or not Constitutional Amendment No.
Missouri Governor Signs New Self-Storage Lien Law
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon signed an updated self-storage lien law on July 11 that expands tenant default-notification options, enables value limitations on stored items, and allows for towing of abandoned vehicles.