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Mo. Senator Says Lobbyists Killed Hospital Oversight Bill

“As it is, the hospital industry has too much power and so you’re just not going to get good public policy,” Sen. Rob Schaaf said.


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Indictment Accuses Duo of Thefts From Sam’s Club

Two northwest Missouri residents are facing a federal indictment for allegedly stealing $100,000 worth of merchandise from Sam’s Club locations in seven states.



Missouri Breast-Feeding Bill Passes The Senate

The bill would allow mothers to discreetly breast-feed in public places and excuse nursing mothers from jury duty.


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Mo. Senate Panel Considers Limits On Gun Info

Legislation could land teachers and doctors in trouble if they ask students about gun ownership or note such information from patients.



Missouri Bill Aims To Ease Breast-Feeding Restrictions

Currently, Missouri law states that “a mother may, with as much discretion as possible, breast-feed her child in any public or private location.”


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Families Sue the City of St. Joseph in Solar Panel Dispute

As St. Joseph leaders work to clarify the city’s laws regulating solar panels, two families have filed lawsuits claiming they have a right to install the panels on their homes without city interference.


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Body Found In Rubble 7 Days After Fire Call

Garage fire reported December 7, body discovered December 14.



5 More Charged in Fraud Scheme for Immigrants

Prosecutors say they helped more than 3,500 illegal immigrants from across the United States obtain Missouri identification.


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New Virus Found in Missouri Farmers

The CDC is calling it the Heartland Virus and it hit two farmers just north of St. Joseph in 2009.


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Missouri Town Considers Taking Photos of Scrap Metal Sellers

To combat copper and metal theft, St. Louis requires sellers to show an I.D., but another Missouri city has gone a step farther.




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