Lacy Clay

UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Mark Reardon: Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones & Congressman Lacy Clay

Congressman Lacy Clay talks about the Mississippi River Bridge and the extension of the debt limit.


A fan-created memorial outside Busch Stadium is growing by the minute, following the passing of Cardinal baseball legend Stan Musial on January 19, 2013. (KMOX/Michael Calhoun)

Politicians React to Stan Musial’s Death

Names like McCaskill, Clay, Nixon, and Slay mourn the passing of a legend.


Fiscal Cliff

Clay, Shimkus Divided on ‘Fiscal Cliff’ Deal

Predictably, the deal approved by Congress wasn’t completely satisfying to many lawmakers, even those who voted in favor of it.



Carnahan Delivers His Final Speech On House Floor

He says passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was one of the major accomplishments made during his eight years in office.


Missouri Congressman William Lacy Clay Jr.

Mark Reardon: Congressman Lacy Clay & Josh Kraushaar

Congressman Lacy Clay says an “adult moment” is needed on the fiscal cliff.


Missouri Congressman William Lacy Clay Jr.

Clay Urges Koster to Drop Appeal in Allen Case

A judge last week overturned Allen’s 1983 conviction for the murder and rape of a St. Louis woman, citing DNA and other evidence that called the conviction into question.


Missouri Congressman Lacy Clay (KMOX file photo)

Murder Conviction Overturned / Congressman Reacts

Lacy Clay says George Allen Jr. should be released without further delay.


UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Akin Failed to Report State Pension

“This was an unintentional oversight and I regret any inconvenience this may cause,” the Missouri congressman wrote in a letter.


Lewis Reed, President of St. Louis Board of Aldermen

Aldermanic President Reed Announces Mayoral Run

“We can accept those things that divide us or we can work towards a common purpose to improve our community,” Reed said.


A Congressional Conversations on Race session was held September 29, 2012 at the old courthouse in downtown St. Louis. Local youth were asked to come up with ways of improving race relations and fighting violent crime (KMOX/Brad Choat)

Youth Summit On Race Relations & Crime

St. Louis area students gather to learn about the past and share ideas for the future





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