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October 2014 Stories
Newspaper Story - Mo. Attorney General declines allegations published in the @nytimes
Radio Story - Lawmakers, @MoDOT work to solve transportation funding crisis
Radio Story - @SpeakerTimJones says he will form a committee to investigate allegations involving Attorney General Chris Koster
Radio Story - Local veterinarians could know more about Ebola containment than physicians.
Radio Story - State Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal Critical of Gov. Nixon's latest Ferguson initiative
Radio Story - The Missouri Board of Education is under fire because of the hiring process to find a new commissioner.
Radio Story - Parents and educators from across the state share opinions about Common Core at Education Board hearing
Radio Story - Same-sex couples now covered by state retirement system
NewsBook - News summary for the week of October 20, 2014
Newspaper Story - Early voting amendment would open polls six days before election, but not on weekends.
Newspaper Story - Proposed amendment gives power to overrule governor on spending to lawmakers.
Radio Story - Missouri ranks near last place in energy efficiency survey
Radio Story - The teacher tenure amendment on the November ballot would impose performance evaluations for Missouri teachers.
Newspaper Story - Teacher tenure amendment on November ballot would change performance evaluations
Newspaper Story - Missouri voters could allow criminal history to used as evidence in child sex crime trials
Radio Story - Senators question state health officials on whether Missouri is prepared for an Ebola case
Newspaper Story - In a public forum, senators questioned state agency officials about Ebola preparedness, asked who was in charge.
Radio Story - Missouri NEA President wants openness with the selection of the new Commissioner of Education.
Radio Story - Missourians will have a chance to give power to lawmakers to override gov. withholdings
Radio Story - A proposed constitutional amendment would allow criminal history to be used as evidence in child sex abuse cases
NewsBook - News summary for the week of October 13, 2014
Newspaper Story - The Missouri legislature heard testimony Thursday on how to better help victims of child abuse
Radio Story - Hearing emphasized care for child abuse victims.
Radio Story - Missouri Hospital Association: Ebola preparation is 'nothing new' for hospitals in Missouri
Newspaper Story - Missouri Hospital Association says preparation for Ebola is 'nothing new' for hospitals in Missouri
Radio Story - Missouri Nurses Association provides training and education for its nurses to prepare for Ebola
Radio Story - Missouri's House Speaker shares his thoughts on what Ferguson needs to recover from months of turmoil
Radio Story - Liberal watchdog group files complaint over lobbyists treating some lawmakers to a more than $3,000 steak dinner
Radio Story - No comment from Nixon on plea from St. Louis Mayor
Radio Story - Missouri repesentative plans to put power into the Attorney General's hands after deadly police shootings
NewsBook - News summary for the week of October 6, 2014
Newspaper Story - Missouri continues to have more healthcare layoffs: here's why.
Newspaper Story - Missouri government's health care plan expands coverage to include same-sex married partners.
Radio Story - Missouri to recognize same-sex marriages from other states
Newspaper Story - Mo. police officers undergo state-mandated defense training, but individual departments determine tactics.
Radio Story - A new study shows a type of guardrail on Missouri highways can cause serious injury
Radio Story - GOP group donates $100,000 to judicial candidate
Newspaper Story - Judicial candidate receives large donation from undisclosed contributors
NewsBook - News summary for the week of September 29, 2014
Newspaper Story - State budget director: More spending cuts on horizon if state revenue growth doesn't pick up
Radio Story - Lawmakers weigh in on whether the state lottery should be funding education or if the lottery should be abolished
Newspaper Story - House committee investigates Highway Patrol after drowning death of Patrol arestee
Radio Story - Highway Patrol officers forced to answer questions at a hearing after a recent drowning
Radio Story - Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services will work with the CDC if Ebola is spread to the state.
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