Are lax laws making the city of St. Louis a meth-makers Mecca? A St. Louis Alderman thinks so
Used to provide immediate help to those who suffer a severe allergic reaction, they will now be given to every school in the nation who requests one.
Brad Jones, State Director of the National Federation of Independent Business, and Jim Henderson, President of Dynamic Sales Company, Inc., join the show to talk about Small Businesses for Sensible Regulations. With the manufacture of […]
Charlie talks with Det. Darryl Balleydier and Joy Krieger about availability of pseudoephedrine for meth and woman’s 2nd arrest; with Dr. Jack Strauss about immigraiton in STL; with Tom Vollmer about court costs for not owing City Earnings Tax; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; with Eric Strand of Drury Hotels about his running accomplishments; and with Prof. Sriram Chellapan about how depressives surf the web.
We’ve got tax tips for you from the IRS. We talked about the pseudoephedrine legislation and also about the sinking of the Titanic.
How you get your Sudafed, Allegra, Claritin and other cold pills will change in St. Charles County.
Should common medicine need a prescription? A topic debated and discsussed with experts, callers, and Charlie.