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September 1996 Stories
News summary for the week ending Sept. 30, 1996.
Radio Story - GOP candidate to announce tax-cut plans on Thursday.
Infobox on hepatitis facts.
Newspaper Story - Missourians facing threat of hepatitis.
News summary for the week ending Sept. 23, 1996.
Radio Story - Some programs will be cut when the federal welfare reform law takes effect next week.
Radio Story - Missouri is ahead of the federal government at getting people off the dole and putting them to work.
Missouri welfare recipients will face cuts starting Oct. 1.
Newspaper Story - Hunger strike starts in effort to free a woman prisoner who said the person she killed was a stalker.
Newspaper Story - Hancock tax refunds delayed another month, at least, by court suit.
Radio Story - GOP gubernatorial candidate defends using government resources for political event.
Radio Story - Homless shelters are gearing up for the most drastic welfare cuts in six decades to take effect.
Radio Story - Missouri's Social Services Department says they do not know what Welfare Reform will do to Missouri.
Newspaper Story - Secretary of State Bekki Cook was ordered to certify a measure that will let voters decide on term-limit issues.
News summary for the week ending Sept. 16, 1996.
Radio Story - Proponents of a minimum wage increase file a lawsuit against the state, alleging biased wording on the ballot.
Radio Story - A county court overruled Sec. of State Cook's decision to bar term limits language on the state ballot.
Radio Story - GOP candidate for governor remains silent on the governor's latest tax-cut jplan.
Radio Story - Governor proposes college tax credits.
Newspaper Story - Governor's tax cut plan meets silence from his GOP rival.
Radio Story - State Republicans announce they are backing Independent Jo Ann Emerson instead of legal candidate, Richard Kline.
Radio Story - On the day Elizabeth Dole arrived in Columbia, a fire bomb exploded outside the city's GOP headquarters.
Radio Story - Highway deaths increase with new highway speeds.
Radio Story - Missouri's Agriculture Department says a bumper crop is expected because of mild weather.
Radio Story - Missouri is one of seven states using recommendations from a new study that finds teachers inadequate.
Radio Story - Prison officials lauch shake-down at state pen.
Radio Story - Clinton campaigning for Democratics seeking Missouri Congressional seats.
Radio Story - DNR has donated its two only horses to improve the St Louis mounted police.
News summary for the week ending Sept. 9, 1996.
Newspaper Story - House sustains governor's abortion-regulation veto.
Radio Story - Legislative health committee zeroing in on managed-care regulation.
Radio Story - Missouri's Department of Insurance has not yet decided to appeal the ruling in favor of Blue Cross keeping it's assets.
Newspaper Story - State considers appeal of court rejection of Blue Cross profit-making order.
Radio Story - GOP Treasurer candidate charges incumbent with fraud.
Radio Story - Petition campaign for term-limit proposals on the November ballot fail.
Radio Story - Business plans $1 million campaign against the minimum wage proposal on the November ballot.
Radio Story - Sales tax for soil conservation and parks to appear on the November ballot.
Radio Story - The Senate formed a new committee that will focus on MO graduation rates.
News summary for the week ending Sept. 2, 1996.
Newspaper Story - Legislative committee moving toward HMO regulation.
Radio Story - Conservation Department Predicting a Colorfull Fall
Radio Story - Senator Jim Mathewson's Welfare to Work program gets people back to work and makes sure they don't abuse state assistance.
Radio Story - Missouri's Welfare to Work program takes 24-hundred people off food stamps and into the work force.
Newspaper Story - SAT scores in Missouri are up, but some say these higher scores are because the test was recentered.
Radio Story - Missouri's National Guard does not have troops in either Bosnia or Iraq.
Radio Story - Web worms attacking Missouri Trees
Radio Story - Education expert questions meaning of SAT score increases for Missouri.
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