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March 2015 Stories
Radio Story - Spence Jackson cited fear of unemployment in his suicide note that was released Tuesday. #MOLeg
Radio Story - Missouri's Senate votes to expand Medicaid, but slightly
Radio Story - Following the death of Spence Jackson neither Missouri's new auditor or staff is commenting
Radio Story - Jefferson City Police Say Jackson's Death Most Likely Suicide
Newspaper Story - Jefferson City Police Say Jackson's Death Most Likely Suicide
Radio Story - Missouri Republican lawmakers pledge to prioritize tax policy reform during the second half of the session.
Radio Story - House Committee hears Ferguson related bills
NewsBook - News summary for the week of March 16, 2015
Radio Story - House passes it's version of welfare reform
Radio Story - Lawmakers go home for spring break while still facing many issues when they come back. #MOLeg
Radio Story - Missouri earned an 'F' on its welfare report card. #MOLeg
Radio Story - Under new legislation, high school students would be required to pass a civics test to graduate. #MOleg
Newspaper Story - New bills would require high school students to pass civics exam in order to graduate. #MOleg
Radio Story - Senator who has stopped a prescription drug monitoring bill from being passed last year has agreed to step aside.
Newspaper Story - Overwhelming support for gender pay equality guidelines during Senate committee hearing #moleg
Radio Story - House Elections Committee discussed a bill attempting to end lying in political campaigns
Radio Story - One mother shared the story of the death of her only child due to a drunk driving accident. #MOLeg
Radio Story - The Missouri House wants to prevent cities from imposing plastic bag bans or fees. #MOLeg
Radio Story - House endorses measure letting campus religious groups select members based on group's religious beliefs. #MOLeg
Radio Story - Senate Appropriations Chair Calls for Audit of Highway Patrol
Radio Story - Senate Appropriations Chair Criticizes Nixon for Lack of Budget Transparency
NewsBook - News summary for the week of March 9, 2015
Radio Story - Lawmakers call for @missourigop chairman @johnrhancock to resign in wake of Auditor's death. #MOLeg
Radio Story - House passes budget after Democrats blast inadequate education funding and lack of Medicaid expansion. #MOLeg
Newspaper Story - Lawmakers call on @missourigop chairman to resign as he defends himself in radio interview. #MOLeg
Radio Story - Lawmakers react to the shooting of two St. Louis police officers during a Ferguson protest. #MOLeg
Newspaper Story - Senators filibuster bill relating to expert witness testimony
Radio Story - Missouri Senate gives first-round approval to medical malpractice bill. #MOLeg
Radio Story - A new Missouri Senate bill would seek to eliminate racial profiling.
Radio Story - Missouri Black Caucus is frustrated with lack of movement on Ferguson related legislation.
Newspaper Story - Representatives hear testimony on bill calling for antibiotic standards, review of infection reporting reqirements
Radio Story - New guidelines would require Department of Health to report new infections, establish use of antibiotic standards
Radio Story - The bill to release a man from life in prison is shifting authority away from committee control
Newspaper Story - Right to work issue continues to spark debate as bill enters Senate committee
Radio Story - House gives initial approval to its version of the budget, but it left some things out and cut others. #MOLeg
Radio Story - Members of Nixon's team testify in House Committee about keeping Rams in St. Louis
Radio Story - House hears testimony on bill restricting companies that help fund lawsuits
Radio Story - House committee heard four bills requiring cuts of unemployment benefits.
Newspaper Story - Representatives Hear Testimony From Team Designed to Keep Rams in St. Louis
NewsBook - News summary for the week of March 2, 2015
Radio Story - Charges against an armed felon in St. Louis are dropped after a judge said the charges were unjustified.
Newspaper Story - Legislative committee members voiced support for releasing a marijuana offender spending life in prison.
Radio Story - Missouri lawmakers are asking for an Article V Convention in order to amend the U.S. Constitution.
Radio Story - Standing steps away from fellow politicians, former senator calls on them to restore wholesome politics. #MOLeg
Newspaper Story - Gov. Nixon declined to address Sen. Jack Danforth's call to clean up politics in wake of auditor's death. #MOLeg
Radio Story - Lawmakers close meeting on Capitol renovations for second consecutive week
NewsBook - News summary for the week of February 23, 2015
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