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Monsanto To Pay $2.4 million Settlement

 

 

St. Louis (AP)-Monsanto says it will pay $2.4 million to settle a dispute with farmers in the Pacific Northwest over genetically modified wheat. The discovery of the genetically modified wheat in Oregon in 2013 prompted Japan and South Korea to temporarily suspend some wheat orders, and the European Union called for more rigorous testing of U.S. shipme

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Springfield Ordinance On Sexual Orientation And Gender Identity Being Looked At

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Supporters are mapping out a plan to defend a new Springfield ordinance that adds protection against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. The Springfield News-Leader reports shortly after the city council approved the ordinance in October, opponents began a petition drive to repeal it by forcing a public vote on the issue

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Rick Stream May Seek Recount In St. Louis County Executive Race

CLAYTON, Mo. (AP) — Republican Rick Stream may seek a recount in the race for St. Louis County executive. The state lawmaker lost the race to Democrat Steve Stenger by fewer than 1,700 votes. Stream has 30 days to file for a recount once last week's results are certified

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Columbia Public Housing Officials Looking To Ban Smoking

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Public housing officials in Columbia are the latest in the county to announce plans to ban smoking. The Columbia Daily Tribune reports that the new rule was approved last month and takes effect May 1st

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$850,000 Awarded In Age And Sex Discrimination Lawsuit

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Jurors have awarded $850,000 to a woman who alleged she was subjected to age and sex discrimination by the Missouri Department of Transportation. The Jefferson City News Tribune reports that jurors deliberated two hours last week before finding in favor of Deanna McClurg

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Missouri Legislative Black Caucus Picks Brandon Ellington As Next Caucus Chairman

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri Legislative Black Caucus has picked its next leader. The Kansas City Star reports that State Representative Brandon Ellington will serve as caucus chairman for the 2015 legislative session. The Kansas City Democrat was first elected to the House in 2

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