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Countdown to Trump: Repealing the Affordable Care ActWill repealing the Affordable Care Act be a reality or nightmare?
Missouri Has Budget Shortfall; Lawmaker Calls for More CutsLegislative work to craft a budget for next fiscal year, which begins July 1, will be put on hold as Greitens, who hadn't held public office before Monday, drafts his first budget plan.
Lawsuit Filed by Man Arrested For Flag Burning, Posting Photos to FacebookHe said he carefully planned his demonstration to protest racial discrimination, poverty and other injustices, and then posted six photographs of his actions on Facebook.
Right-to-Work Bill Advances in Missouri HouseHouse Economic Development Committee members voted 8-4 in favor of the bill Wednesday.
Trump Denounces 'Disgrace' of Reports of Russian Ties to Him``If Putin likes Donald Trump, guess what, folks, that's called an asset not a liability. I don't know if I'm going to get along with Vladimir Putin I hope I do but there's a good chance I won't.''
Who Is David Shulkin? 4 Things To Know About Trump's Latest AppointmentDonald Trump announced in a press conference David Shuklin will be the Secretary of Veteran Affairs. But who is David Shuklin?
Missouri State Students to Sing at Trump's InaugurationMissouri State University's Chorale has accepted an invitation to sing in Washington D.C., on Jan. 20, at the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump next week.
Radioactively Contaminated Homes Would Be Bought Out Under New BillAnyone whose home in St. Louis County that is, or has been, contaminated with radioactive material processed during the Manhattan Project, would have their home purchased.
Countdown to Trump: Labor Looks Ahead to Trump YearsLabor council president thinks blue-collar workers will have buyer's remorse.
Forceful and Tearful, Obama Says Goodbye in Emotional SpeechObama's valedictory speech in his hometown of Chicago was a public meditation on the trials and triumphs, promises kept and promises broken that made up his eight years in the White House.
Regulation Proposal for Ride-Hailing Services Move ForwardA state House committee on Tuesday, voted 12-1 to move forward a proposal to create statewide regulations for app-based companies such as Uber and its competitor - Lyft.
Legislation Would Require Illinois Schools to Test for LeadThe new bill applies to schools built before 2000 with Pre-K through 5th grade classes, requiring them to test for lead in kitchen sinks and drinking fountains.

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