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2007 Business Stories
Radio Story - House Minority Leader Paul LeVota sent a letter to the governor's office this week questioning whether a cleaning company hired by the state has a history of employing illegal workers. Courtney Cox has more from the state capitol.
Radio Story - After nearly two years of debate and countless rejected offers, Ameren UE and Attorney General Jay Nixon finally reached a settlement over the 2005 Taum Sauk disaster.
Radio Story - Ameren UE will pay nearly 200 million dollars from a settlement with Attorney General Jay Nixon over the 2005 Taum Sauk disaster.
Newspaper Story - The State and utility company Ameren reached a $179,750,000 settlement resolving a civil suit filed by the Attorney General and all other state demands for compensation.
Radio Story - According to the Director of Insurance, Missouri is following a national trend to stop insurance deception on miliary personnel. Courtney Cox has more from Jefferson City.
Radio Story - Facing a State Appeals Court Lawsuit against him, One of Missouri's Public Service Commissioners will remove himself from a 38 Million Dollar case
Radio Story - Doyle Childers says Missouri has no right to the Booneville Katy Trail bridge.
Radio Story - State ethanol supporters are acknowledging that state cars utilizing E85 may have have trouble filling their tanks.
Radio Story - A Public Service Commissioner under investigatonis getting some support from a former public service employee.
Newspaper Story - A PSC Commissioner is asked to recuse himself from a rate case on charges of improper communications
Radio Story - Missouri counties say they are ready fight back against a bill which diminishes county authorities.
Radio Story - The Missouri Senate's top Democrat says she is concerned about a proposed tax break for land development in St. Louis City.
Radio Story - As Terry Jarrett prepares to step in at the Public Service Commission, outgoing commissioner Steve Gaw issued a warning to rate payers in Missouri.
Radio Story - Jay Nixon's campaign will comply immediately to demands for the return of campaign funds
Radio Story - Missourians are receiving advertisements for foreign vehicles in their license renewal forms sent by the state's department of revenue.
Radio Story - Missourians will see more advertisements for foreign-made cars when they receive a licence renewal card in the mail. Fanna (FAWNA) Haile-Selassie (HIGH-lay-sel-LAH-say) tells us why
Radio Story - The Missouri House passed Governor Blunt's Economic Development Plan Thursday, which would award millions for land re-development.
Radio Story - Senate commitee hears testimony on the Quality Jobs Act
Newspaper Story - The Senate Economic Development Committee approved the economic development bill Wednesday in an unanimous vote
Newspaper Story - The Senate will convene Wednesday during the 2007 Special Session to discuss the Economic Development Bill, which contains provisions dealing with ticket scalping, the quality jobs program, and a variety of other tax credits.
Radio Story - An amendment to a Missouri economic development bill would legalize ticket scapling for sporting events.
Radio Story - As the Missouri River's waters rose Tuesday, customers at a nearby lumberyard took advantage of a clearance sale
Newspaper Story - Bill would cap tax levied by cities on telecom companies
Radio Story - While public attention has focused on illegal immigrants, Missouri is home to thousands of legal hispanic immigrants.
Newspaper Story - AT&T announces expansion of video and Internet services on the heels of Missouri's passage of statewide video franchising bill
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers try to keep Missouri manufacturing afloat
Newspaper Story - Hefty tax credit bill grows with amendments
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Newspaper Story - Legislators pushing tax breaks for purchasing health care
Newspaper Story - Statewide cable TV agreement bill passes General Assembly and goes to the governor
Radio Story - The Governor pledges to sign new legislation regarding cable services
Newspaper Story - Gov. Blunt's push to privatize government services comes under fire following last week's detention of illegal contract workers
Newspaper Story - Illegal immigrants working for state detained
Newspaper Story - Targeting illegal immigration is a growing issue in the legislature
Radio Story - A bill requiring solicitors using automated messaging to adhere to Missouri's do-not-call list was approved by the state senate Tuesday/
Radio Story - Legislators had their questions finally answered by AmerenUE, mainly the question,
Newspaper Story - A proposal to raise business tax cuts received strong support in Senate committee today
Newspaper Story - A Senate bill proposes to increase competition among video service providers by creating state-issued franchises
Radio Story - Senators Chris Koster and Tim Green held a news conference on Tuesday concerning a new illegal immigration policy for the state of Missouri.
Radio Story - Legislators held a press conference Monday to outline demands for Ameren UE in the Taum Sauk disaster.
Newspaper Story - Gift certificate expirations would be prohibited under proposed bills
Newspaper Story - University presidents spoke in favor of many provisions of a comprehensive higher education bill, including the governor's MOHELA plan in a committee meeting Wednesday
Radio Story - The proposal to reject a pay raise for judges, lawmakers and elected officials died in committee.
Newspaper Story - Cops and firefighters would again be exempt from overtime requirements under measures filed in Missouri's legislature.
Newspaper Story - Report on Blunt's plans for revenue and business community response
Radio Story - A Republican proposal to make English the state's only official language is coming under attack.
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