Court Faults Dismissal of Ex-ACLU Lawyer from Grand JuryA Missouri appeals court ruled Friday that a former American Civil Liberties Union attorney was improperly dismissed from a grand jury over concerns about his involvement in Ferguson litigation.
Court Rules Missouri Law Denies Gays Employment ProtectionA Missouri appeals court has ruled that a man who claims he was fired because he's gay can't sue his former employer for discrimination.
Missouri No Longer Due $50 Million from Tobacco SettlementMissouri's budget director says the state can't count on getting $50 million in anticipated tobacco settlement money.
Appeals Court Ruling Sides With ArchdioceseA Missouri appeals court ruled Friday that the Archdiocese of St. Louis did not have to release the names of priests accused of sexual abuse in the past 20 years as part of a lawsuit against the archdiocese.
KC Red Light Camera Law in QuestionA Missouri appeals court panel issued a ruling Tuesday that raises questions about the constitutionality of Kansas City's red-light camera law.
Mo. Appeals Court Red-Light Camera Ruling Contradicts Creve Coeur CaseA Missouri appeals court restricted the use of red light cameras in Ellisville, Missouri, contradicting a ruling handed down in a Creve Coeur case two years ago.
Court Issues Mixed Ruling on Missouri Funeral ProtestsA federal appeals court has upheld a Missouri law banning protests within 300 feet of funerals but has struck down a broader law.
Appeals Court Upholds Local Red Light Camera FinesLawsuit claimed Creve Coeur ordinance violated due process
Missouri Redistricting Up To Judicial PanelNew legislative borders are being developed by the panel of judges because state redistricting commissions deadlocked this summer.
Federal Court Tosses Lawsuit Over Health Reform
Appeals Court Strikes Health Insurance Requirement The debate ultimately will be decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.

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