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Woman Dying of Cancer Given Clearance to Marry Same-Sex Partner in Emergency Case

It will be a bittersweet Thanksgiving for one same-sex couple.

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Gov. Jay Nixon
Gov. Jay Nixon

Gov. Jay Nixon Proposes Changes for Missouri’s Bright Flight Scholarship Program

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Gov. Jay Nixon is proposing changes to Missouri's Bright Flight college scholarship aimed at encouraging top-ranking high school students to remain in the state for college.

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Sen, Creigh Deeds
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Virginia Sen. Creigh Deeds Released from Hospital After Stabbing

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — State Sen. Creigh Deeds has been released from the University of Virginia Medical Center.

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Sedalia Mayor Elaine Horn
Sedalia Mayor Elaine Horn

Sedalia Mayor Elaine Horn Will Not Run for Reelection in 2014

Sedalia Mayor Elaine Horn announced she would not seek another term as mayor in 2014 at a news conference this afternoon (Nov. 21).

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Missouri State Capitol
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Missouri to Allow Health Insurance Companies to Continue Cancelled Plans

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon announced today (Nov. 21) that the Missouri Department of Insurance would notify health insurers serving the individual and small group markets in Missouri that any Missouri-compliant plans previously set to expire on Dec. 31 would be allowed to continue into 2014.

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Henry "Trey" Radel
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Florida Congressman Henry “Trey” Radel Admits to Cocaine Possession

WASHINGTON (AP) — Florida Congressman Henry "Trey" Radel has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of cocaine possession and was sentenced to a year's probation.

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Sen. Roy Blunt
Missouri Senator Roy Blunt arrives to speak at a celebration of the MFA's 100th Anniversary. (Photo by Jack Miller)

Listen to Gov. Jay Nixon and Sen. Roy Blunt Celebrate MFA’s 100th Anniversary [AUDIO]

On Tuesday morning (Nov. 19), Missouri Governor Jay Nixon and Senator Roy Blunt spoke to a large crowd in the Mathewson Center on the Missouri State Fairgrounds during a celebration of MFA's 100th anniversary.

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University of Texas
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Student Conservative Group at University of Texas Cancels Illegal Immigrant Game

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A conservative student group at the University of Texas has cancelled their "Catch an Illegal Immigrant Game."

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Downtown Sedalia

Downtown Building Inspection Ordinance Tabled Again

At the Sedalia City Council meeting on Monday night (Nov.19), the council voted to once again delay a vote on the ordinance on mandatory inspections for buildings in downtown Sedalia. The delay came about as Ward 4 Councilman Larry Stevenson requested an amendment he had written be added to the ordinance. Three people came to the podium to protest the delay of the ordinance siting safety concerns.

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Gov. Jay Nixon
Gov. Jay Nixon

Gov. Nixon to Issue Executive Order Directing Dept. of Revenue to Accept Joint Tax Returns from Same-Sex Couples

JEFFERSON CITY – Gov. Jay Nixon today will issue an executive order directing the Missouri Department of Revenue to accept the jointly-filed state tax returns of all legally married couples, including same-sex couples legally married in other states, who file joint federal tax returns as required under Missouri law.

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