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Missouri Gov. Greitens Touts Support of Health Care OverhaulGreitens joined seven other Republican governors in a Thursday letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan voicing support of the bill.
Sen. Duckworth Has Strong Words for Republican Healthcare Bill AmendmentDemocratic veterans in Congress say a new provision in the Republican healthcare bill will -- to quote Illinois Senator Tammy Duckworth -- "screw over our veterans."
Larry Rice Speaks Out Against Prop 2The downtown minister to the homeless and independent candidate for mayor says he's against Proposition 2.
Mo. Auditor Tracks State Spending for the PublicState Auditor creates a web tracker for citizens to keep track of how the state is spending their money.
Slay Proposes Lambert Airport PrivatizationThe plan, which is catching many around city hall by surprise, puts Lambert on a waiting list to possibly be leased by private investors.
Three Buildings Demolished This Morning for New MSD ProjectHundreds of abandoned and condemned buildings are set to be demolished in the city of St. Louis.
Mayoral Candidate Andrew Jones Wants to Break Democratic StreakMayoral Candidate Andrew Jones is hoping to break the chain of consecutive Democratic St. Louis mayors at nine.
St. Louis Executives Volunteer with Meals on WheelsSt. Louis executives delivered Meals on Wheels to seniors yesterday morning.
Backers Support Jobs, Kids Clubs from New Soccer StadiumIf city voters do approve the new soccer stadium, backers are promising great benefits for the region.
Father, Daughter Run for Aldermanic Seats in St. Louis City WardsA unique situation has unfolded on the political front in St. Louis city.
Federal Judge Defers Ruling on Missouri Abortion RulesPlanned Parenthood pressed a federal judge Tuesday to block abortion-restricting Missouri rules similar to Texas ones struck down last year by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Illinois Governor Announces Cybersecurity PlanThe administration has proposed $900 million for all information technology services in the state's next budget.

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