Mo. Attorney General To Investigate Planned ParenthoodMissouri's Democratic Attorney General Chris Koster launched an investigation Tuesday into the state's only clinic that offers abortions.
St. Louis County Drug Task Force Accused of Violating State LawShow-Me Cannabis allegation: By state law, the St. Louis County Drug Task Force can only receive state funding if it has an oversight board. A Sunshine Law request for minutes of oversight board meetings was answered with "no such documents exist."
Residents Want More Testing at West Lake LandfillOwner Republic Services says it feels latest round sought by state is unnecessary.
UPDATED: Small Town Sued by Mo. Attorney General No-Shows for Traffic CourtOne of the courts called out by the Missouri Attorney General on Thursday left a citizen out in the cold last night.
Koster Sues 13 STL County Municipalities for Balancing Budgets with Traffic FinesMissouri'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.
Koster Announces Self-Imposed Donation LimitsMissouri Attorney General Chris Koster no longer will accept campaign contributions from anyone under investigation by his office.
Speaker Jones to Set Up Committee to Investigate KosterMissouri Attorney General Chris Koster is called out in a New York Times article saying he called off an investigation into 5-Hour Energy after receiving gifts from lobbyists.
Koster Cracks Down on Walgreens Overcharging
Mo. Attorney General Warns of Affordable Care Act Scams"I think we're going to see fake websites, I think we're going to see slick mailers," warns Joe Bindbeutal, the office's Consumer Protection Division Chief Counsel.
Two GOP Lawmakers to Run for Missouri Attorney General in 2016Election 2016 in Missouri is already seeing a slew of candidates as two Republican lawmakers have formally announce plans to run for attorney general.
Hot Spot Near West Lake Landfill Raises Concerns
Missouri AG Raises Concerns About Gun-Law NullificationMissouri Attorney General Chris Koster raised concerns Tuesday about a bill attempting to nullify some federal gun-control laws, urging lawmakers to think twice before voting to override a gubernatorial veto of the measure.