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Missouri House Passes Proposal for Lower Electric RatesThe Missouri House has given final approval to a proposal that supporters say would bring hundreds of jobs to the southeastern corner of the state.
City Hall Struggles to Close Police Pay GapSt. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson scrambling to find $20 million dollars to fill the police pay gap as dozens of officers plan to leave for better paying jobs in the county.
Local Democrat Wants Fewer Convenience StoresTuesday's raids of several convenience stores lead one area democratic party leader to take to twitter to express his concerns.
President's Budget Could Hurt Missouri Welfare ProgramsA watchdog of Missouri's budget is warning that President Trump's spending plan would hurt Missourians and the state as a whole.
Illinois Senate Democrats Vote for $5.4 Billion Tax IncreaseSenate Democrats added spending to a budget plan Tuesday to lure more Democratic support before voting to approve a $5.4 billion tax increase without a single Republican ``aye.''
Missouri Lawmakers Power Up For Electric Special SessionLegislation that would allow lower electricity rates for two manufacturers supporters say could return jobs to a region in the southeast part of the state.
Catholic Church Sues City of St. LouisArchbishop fears Catholic schools might be told to hire teachers favoring abortion rights.
Ill. Senator Duckworth Offers Advice to Alma Mater GraduatesDuckworth's key words of advice to the graduates were to "Get involved, not discouraged."
No Money in Sight for St. Louis City PoliceWith some 80 St. Louis police officers applying for better paying jobs in the county, there's no solution in sight at city hall.
Alderwoman Introduces Plan to Remove Confederate Monument"St. Louis was always a union town," Alderwoman Sharon Tyus says. "The Confederate tried to destroy the United States of America. They wanted to succeed from the United States. I do not honor that."
Bi-State Board OKs MetroLink Policing PlanThe memorandum calls for the transit arm of Bi-State, Metro, and the city and counties to form a task force that will patrol the entire system.
Sen. McCaskill Reveals Thoughts on FBI DirectorMissouri Sen. Claire McCaskill told reporters huddled in a capitol hallway about her meeting with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein yesterday and what he said about the firing of former FBI Director James Comey.

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