Missouri College Joins Two Other Universities Suing Over Contraception MandateThe College of the Ozarks in southwest Missouri is joining opponents of the new federal health care law with its own lawsuit over the law's birth control component.
Female Mo. Lawmakers Want Restrictions on Vasectomies According to the bill, any person who performs a vasectomy or any man permitting a vasectomy to be performed on him would be guilty of a felony.
Hancock & Kelley - Monday, March 19thJohn and Michael talk with U.S. Sen. John Thune of South Dakota about the race to the presidency and Mitt Romney; with Brent Stafford, the man arrested outside of the Missouri caucus; with Jeff Surtees, att'y representing St. Louisan Frank O'Brien, who is the first private businessowner in the country to sue the HHS over the contraception mandate; with Normand LaTourelle, creater of Cavalia (for tickets, log on to cavalia.net or call 1-866-999-8111; and with Dan Viets, att'y for Show Me Cannabis about legalizing marijuana in the Show Me State.
Hancock & Kelley - Friday, February 10thJohn and Michael talk with Jordan Goodman about the mortgage settlement; with Jeff Rainford and Bob Soutier about the costs of the STL firefighters' pensions; with Tyler McClay of the Mo. Conference Conference and SLU Constitutional Law Prof. Alan Howard about the contraception mandate; and have a face-off on the issue of the Obama Admn. contraception mandate.