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Lawmakers: Gov. Greitens' Affair Distracts From Tax Effort"That kind of distraction and that type of scandal isn't helping us get out our message'' on economic issues, said Eigel, who is not among those seeking his resignation.
SOS Act Looks To Provide Schools With Panic ButtonsU.S. Reps Mike Bost (R-IL) and Brad Schneider (D-IL) introduced the bipartisan legislation, establishing a pilot program through the Department of Justice to make panic buttons more available to school systems.
Missouri Lawmaker Wants Civics Test Requirement for CollegesThe proposal would require every college student pursuing an associate's or bachelor's degree to pass the Missouri Higher Education Civics Achievement Examination with at least a 70 percent to graduate.
States Come Together Against Net Neutrality RepealA group of attorneys general for 21 states and the District of Columbia sued Tuesday to block the rules.
Judge Orders Ill. to Expand Medical Marijuana ConditionsThe order seeks to overturn a decision by the Illinois Department of Public Health rejecting pain that's resistant to treatment as a qualifier
Greitens Issues Facebook StatementTuesday, Governor Greitens posted a statement on Facebook not much different from the last one.
St. Louis Considering Consultant Proposals for Lambert AirportThe city of St. Louis is getting closer to picking a consultant to guide it through the process of possibly leasing Lambert Airport
McCaskill Wary of Tax Reform BillMissouri's Democratic Senator is saying, not so fast.
Gov. Greitens: Affair Won't Deter Me From WorkFacing new calls to resign from some fellow Republicans, Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens instead affirmed his intent Tuesday to remain on the job.
Attorney Releases More Greitens Affair RecordingsAl Watkins says law enforcement wanted them.
Missouri House Endorses Bill to Loosen Hair Braiding RulesSponsoring Rep. Shamed Dogan, a St. Louis County Republican, says the legislation "removes unnecessary and irrational burdens'' imposed by government.
4 GOP Lawmakers Call for Missouri Governor's ResignationThe calls from Republican women for Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens to resign are adding up.

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