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Missourians Mark Earth Day 2017Saturday rally in Kansas City and two-day fest at Muny Grounds in Forest Park among the events
Centene Breaks Ground for Expanded HQ in ClaytonMissouri Governor Eric Greitens participated in the ground breaking, saying the project will create 2,000 jobs.
Residents Hold Town Hall Meeting Without Ann WagnerConstituents in Missouri's 2nd Congressional District held their own town hall forum Thursday night because they say Republican Ann Wagner won't meet with them.
Tax Refund Documents Delivered After Auditor's SubpoenaIt didn't take long for the Missouri Department of Revenue to respond to the state auditor's subpoena demanding documents regarding tax refunds.
New EPA Administrator Promises Results in Westlake LandfillAware that people in St. Louis are watching closely, the new head of the Environmental Protection Agency is pledging real progress on dealing with a local radioactive waste site.
Illinois Democrat Fights for $15 Minimum WageA state representative from Chicago is touring Illinois, rallying support for his bill to increase the state's minimum wage.
New MO ABLE Programs Creates Savings Accounts for Disabled Loved OnesStarting Monday, Missourians will be able to take part in a new program that creates tax advantage savings accounts for expenses related to disabilities.
Police Union Concerned About Bias in Search for ChiefCity Charter requires promotion from within, while state law would allow a chief to be chosen from outside the department.
Missouri Alters Program for Abuse Victims After Court OrderMissouri is one of 36 states with programs that let victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking or various other crimes keep their addresses confidential
Illinois Lawmakers Ponder Proposal to Legalize MarijuanaProposed legislation in Illinois would allow possession of up to an ounce of pot by people who are at least 21 years old.
Plan to End Tax Break for Missouri Seniors, Disabled StallsRepublican Chairman Dan Brown said raising taxes on low-income seniors and disabled renters would have brought in between $52 million and $56 million in revenue.
Judge Blocks Missouri Abortion-Restricting RulesSachs said then his ruling would invalidate Missouri's requirements that doctors who perform abortions have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals, and that clinics meet hospital-like standards for outpatient surgery.

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