Mark Reardon: Mayor Slay Reacts To The Inglewood Stadium NewsStan Kroenke's real estate development plans to build an NFL stadium in Inglewood, California. What does that mean for the future of the Rams in St. Louis? St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay responds.
Mark Reardon - 11/20/14 - Richard Kuhns, Gabe Crocker, Josh Hawley
Mark Reardon - 11/10/14 - Josh Hawley, Mark Owen
Mark Reardon: State Senator John LampingMissouri Senator Roy Blunt ponders younger Republicans as Jeb Bush gains steam. State Senator John Lamping responds.
Mark Reardon: Mizzou Law Professor Josh HawleyObamaCare was just dealt a major loss in court. The U.S. Court os Appeals for the DC Circuit rules that more than half the country shouldn't be receiving a tax subsidies under ObamaCare. Josh Hawley is a constitutional law professor at the University of Missouri-Columbia and a former clerk for Chief Justice John Roberts.
Mark Reardon: Senator Roy Blunt In StudioU.S. Senator Roy Blunt joins us in studio to discuss today's Supreme Court decision on ObamaCare and Hobby Lobby.
UPDATE: Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Hobby LobbyThe case weighs the religious rights of employers and the right of women to the birth control of their choice.
Mark Reardon: Country Singer Logan Mize Country singer Logan Mize is a graduate of SIU-Carbondale. He will be performing at Old Rock House tonight.
Local Scholar Praises SCOTUS Decision on Prayer Before Public MeetingsA local constitutional scholar says that it is not a constitutional problem to say prayers before public meetings.
Mark Reardon: Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick SantorumFormer Pennsylvania Senator and presidential hopeful Rick Santorum is author of the new book "Blue Collar Conservatives: Recommitting to an America That Works."
Mizzou Law Professor Reacts to Michigan's Affirmative Action BanProfessor Josh Hawley says the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to uphold the ban on affirmative action is about the fundamental rights of voters.
Mark Reardon: What's The Future Of Fairmount Park?Fairmount Park President Brian Zander says a proposal that would allow gambling machines in every horse track in Illinois -- except Fairmount -- could doom the race track. Lanny Brooks is executive director of the Illinois Horseman's Benevolent and Protective Association in Collinsville.

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