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Supporters Cheer Bruce Rauner's New Stance On Medical MarijuanaIllinois governor agrees to extend pilot program through 2020 & to add conditions like PTSD to covered list
Suspects Charged in Berkeley HomicideRojai Jackson and Raymond Antonio Hunter are charged with shooting Walter Miller to death outside Nephew's Grill May 19th.
St. Louis Political Mega-Donor Gives MillionsRex Sinquefield is pouring millions of dollars into political committees before the Aug. 2 primary and Nov. 8 general election.
Gov. Nixon Pardons 9 People Convicted of Nonviolent CrimesNixon announced the pardons for military veterans and others who completed their sentences.
Ill. Senate Sends Two More School-Funding Revamps to HouseThe array of ideas for making Illinois public-school funding fairer grew more complex Friday with two more plans sent to the House by Senate Democrats with three days remaining in the spring session.
Ill. Gov Rauner Reverses Course on Medical Marijuana ExpansionRauner has previously rejected attempts at expansion.
Metro East Officials Still Fighting for NGA West HQMany claim Obama Administration wanted NGA West in north St. Louis from the start.
Missouri GOP Lawmakers, Kinder Slam Obama Bathroom GuidanceRepublican Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder first sent a letter opposing the guidance that public schools allow students to use restrooms and locker rooms matching their gender identity.
Nixon Will Travel to Cuba for Trades TripMissouri's Governor leads a delegation that will leave Sunday and return on June 1.
Protesters Want Florissant to End Ban on Pit BullsProtester Donna Slemmer says pit bulls ``are no more dangerous than Chihuahuas ...''
Illinois Doctors Hold Out on Weed PrescriptionsLocal family physician Dr. Bob Farmer says it is putting doctors in a bad position when they are asked to prescribe something that is illegal under federal law.
Reed Might Side with Protesters in Ex-Cop Murder CaseBoard of Aldermen president says former police chief Dan Isom told him there was no new evidence in the case against Jason Stockley.

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