More St. Louis County cities are facing a lawsuit from the state attorney general over traffic fine revenues.
Attorney general Chris Koster calls U.S. Senator “heart & soul” of Missouri Democrats
Charlie Brennan – December 19 – Charlie Gitto on 40th Anniv. of Charlie Gitto’s Restaurant; Marc Kramer; Chris Koster; Judge Frank Vatterott; Pastor Rocky Marlowe
Charlie and Debbie with Charlie Gitto on the 40th anniv. of his restaurant; and with Pastor Rocky Marlowe of Kirkwood United Methodist Church on its “Let It Be” Beatles/Christmas concert. Charlie talks with Marc S. Kramer, att’y for Vinita Park; with Mo. AG Chris Koster; Judge Frank Vatterott, and with Rob Levy of the Univ. City Library.
One of the courts called out by the Missouri Attorney General on Thursday left a citizen out in the cold last night.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster announced today filed a suit against 13 municipalities in St. Louis County, accusing them of violating a state law that limits the amount of fines and court fees a municipality can keep from traffic cases.
Missouri’s Attorney General files suit against 13 municipalities in St. Louis County for violations of the Macks Creek law, which prohibits municipalities from getting more than 30 percent of revenue from traffic violations.
A hearing that was originally going to focus on allegations of wrongdoing against Attorney General Chris Koster quickly became a discussion on how lawmakers should tighten the state’s ethics laws.
Chants of “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” could be heard throughout the capitol rotunda
Missouri’s Republican legislative leaders are seeking to appeal a court ruling requiring officials to recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster no longer will accept campaign contributions from anyone under investigation by his office.