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Missouri Lawmakers Celebrate First Day of Legislative Session

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri lawmakers are ending the first day of the 2015 legislative session with a formal inaugural ball. Legislators and their friends and family were announced one by one in the Capitol Rotunda Wednesday evening after the start of the session

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Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander Announces Ethics, Lobbying and Campaign Finance Reform Legislation

Jefferson City, Mo. — Secretary of State Jason Kander today announced legislation to overhaul Missouri’s worst-in-the-nation ethics, lobbying and campaign finance laws. The comprehensive approach is contained in a series of bills filed on Kander’s behalf by Representatives Kevin McManus (D-Kansas City), Randy Dunn (D-Kansas City), Tracy McCreery (D-Olivette) and Jon Carpenter (D-Gladstone).

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MU Pettis County Extension Council Voting Is Open Until January 15

The MU Pettis County Extension Council election will run from January 2 until January 15.  The Pettis County Extension Council is comprised of elected and appointed citizens of Pettis County who guide local MU Extension educational programming

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Senator Claire McCaskill Courted By Republicans

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill says Republicans have begun courting her and other moderate Democrats in hopes of avoiding filibusters in the next Congress. The Springfield News-Leader reports the Missouri senator said the new Republican majority is looking for Democrats to be swing votes on major initiatives

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Gov. Jay Nixon
Gov. Jay Nixon

Missouri Lawmakers Have Mixed Opinions On Override of Budget Cuts Amendment

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri lawmakers have mixed opinions about whether they can use a new constitutional amendment to override some of Governor Jay Nixon's budget cuts when they go into session in January

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Just for a moment I wish to step out of the newsman shoes, where I have to be neutral in my presentation of the news; something I try hard to do but sometime fail. I have been listening to the debate over normalizing relations with Cuba for years, and now that a President has finally had the courage to say-"Enough" I must say it is about time

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President Barack Obama Signs Bill Officially Recognizing National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – United States President Barack Obama signed legislature passed by both houses of Congress Friday evening providing the National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial with its second official recognition from Congress

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Recount To Be Done In St. Louis County Election

CLAYTON, Mo. (AP) — A former Republican state lawmaker who narrowly lost a November election for St. Louis County executive has asked for a recount on the final possible day to make such a request

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Missouri Home Care Workers Carol For A Raise

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri state officials plan to issue an administrative rule to back a hike in home care workers' pay. Home care workers yesterday caroled outside the governor's mansion to request Governor Jay Nixon's help

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Mayor Galena Resigns

GALENA, Mo. (AP) — The mayor of a Missouri town has resigned after a police officer said the man threatened him while he was writing the mayor's mother a speeding ticket. Dustin Bray resigned before Galena's city council meeting on Tuesday

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