University of Missouri Sets New Policies in Wake of ProtestsThe new policies, developed over the past 15 months, include a commitment to ``protecting the rights of expression, assembly, protest, and dissent.''
Missouri Says Reporter Doesn't Have Right To See ExecutionsThe state, in a court filing last week, also said that it has legal immunity from lawsuits such as Buzzfeed News reporter Christopher McDaniel's case filed in August against George Lombardi, overseer of Missouri's prison system.
Disability Rights Group Sues Uber Over Wheelchair AccessSeeks an order requiring that Uber comply with the 1990 Americans With Disabilities Act, or ADA, by making far more wheelchair-accessible vehicles available.
McCulloch Speaks on Missouri Gun LegislationCurrently in Missouri, if you have no prior convictions, are over 18 and in your own vehicle - you can have a gun.
University Won't Adopt Speech Policies Until at Least FallA committee issued a draft in late May of policies designed to regulate public spaces on campus while also respecting free-speech rights.
Missouri Panel to Hear Input on Religious-Objections MeasureThe hearing is the first since Senate Democrats staged a failed filibuster against the legislation for 37 hours.
Missouri Lawmakers Weigh Public's Right to Police Footage Missouri lawmakers are debating how to balance the public's right to access police body camera footage with individuals' right to privacy.
Illinois Lawmakers Call New Gun Ownership Bill 'Common Sense'No guns if you have been adjudged to be mentally ill, or are on the no-fly list.
Open-Carry Advocates to March Through Ferguson TodayIt's a protest organized by gun rights advocate Sam Andrews - a former Oath Keeper who's still upset about his experiences during last year's riots.
ACLU: Missouri Needs to Protect Students' Free Speech RightsA campus email sent Tuesday instructs recipients to call university police as soon as possible and notes that while such speech isn't always illegal, students can nonetheless be punished by the Office of Student Conduct.
Spike in St. Louis Federal Gun Cases From Violence, Felons' RightsA U.S. Attorney says he receives 20 new gun cases every month, many of which usually wouldn't have gone past state courts.
Missouri Oath Keepers Want Chief Belmar's ResignationThe group's Missouri chapter leader says Belmar is the reason violence and unrest continues in Ferguson.