Missouri

Missouri Senators Consider Government Role in Road SafetyOne bill reviewed in a hearing Wednesday would require everyone in a car to wear a seat belt, including adults in the backseat who are currently exempt from seat belt requirements.
Missouri Senate Backs Fees for Missed Medicaid AppointmentSenators endorsed the bill Wednesday after adding a section designed to make it easier for health care providers to advertise their cost estimates.
Missouri Ban on Felons Carrying Weapons Ruled ConstitutionalA recent amendment to the state constitution doesn't mean some felons now can carry guns, The Missouri Supreme Court ruled Tuesday, affirming the status of current law.
Illinois Business Writer Says NGA Will Save Scott Air Force BaseIllinois Business Journals' Al Ortballs says there is a big division in the Metropolitan area.
St. Louis Utility Company Pushes Back Against Carbon RulesJust in case its legal strategy against the Clean Power Plan falls short, Ameren is also working to develop a plan at the state level to cut Missouri's carbon emissions.
Missouri Senate Debates Repealing Death PenaltyA bipartisan group of lawmakers to implored their colleagues Monday to end capital punishment.
Missouri Defends Law Capping Cities' Traffic Ticket RevenueTwelve cities are arguing a state law capping how much revenue municipalities can draw from traffic tickets unfairly singles out the St. Louis area and violates the state constitution.
Missouri Senate Votes to Ban Traffic-Ticket QuotasLast year, Missouri enacted a law lowering the percentage of revenue cities can collect from traffic fines.
Modern Day 'Bonnie And Clyde' Found; Man DeadAuthorities have linked the couple to a series of crimes in Alabama and Georgia.
Another Anti-Heroin PSA To Air During 2016 Super BowlThis year’s sixty-second commercial will air in the St. Louis broadcast of the Super Bowl, right before the start of the 3rd quarter.
Former Postal Service Worker Convicted in Theft ConspiracyFederal prosecutors say Cook and three other former employees of a Postal Service distribution center in Hazelwood diverted mail to themselves and other acquaintances.
Missouri Republican Proposes Birth Control from PharmacistsUnder the measure, a woman would be required to visit a doctor within three years of the pharmacist's initial prescription to continue receiving the contraceptives.

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