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Mo. Senator Urges Nixon to Call Special Session on Healthcare Law

Republican Brad Lager is also calling for House Speaker Steve Tilley and Senate President Pro Tem Rob Mayer.


The Mark Reardon Show: Santorum Wins Missouri, Missouri House Dispute, Prop 8 Ruling, “The Moral Foundation of Economic Behavior”

Josh Kraushaar, executive editor of the Hotline at the National Journal, tells us what Santorum’s wins in Missouri, Minnesota, and Colorado last night will mean for the GOP race. Debra Saunders, columnist for the San […]


Jefferson City, MO

China Hub Bill Still Alive, But Barely

Senate leadership says a tax bill with no sunsets doesn’t stand a chance, but the House passed China hub anyway.


State Senator Eric Schmitt (R-Glendale) celebrating China Hub deal.

All Smiles as Lawmakers Reach Deal on China Hub Tax Breaks

Lawmakers say they’re ready to pass deal now they couldn’t get done in May.



Hancock & Kelley – Thursday, July 14th

Mo. House Speaker Steve Tilley announces he’s running for Mo. Lt. Gov.; STL Cards’ Vicki Bryant talks about upcoming U2 concert at Busch Stadium; Harry Hamm on the new Harry Potter movie; Kim Schlau, mother of two teens killed by Ill. state trooper going 126mph, talks about an upcoming memorial fundraiser; and John asks listeners, “Are the best days of St. Louis behind us?”



Hancock & Kelley – Friday, March 25th

John talks with Comedian George Carlin longtime love, Sally Wade; with Mo. Speaker of the House Steve Tilley; with STL Univ. Law Prof. Henry Ordower about tax credits; with Girl Scout Abigail Mills about selling Girl Scout cookies from her Hazelwood, MO, driveway; and with Gig Gwin about his book, “Travel Dreams Sold Here”.


Steve Tilley

Total Information AM – Thursday, February 10th

Missouri Speaker of the House Steve Tilley spoke with us about St. Louis control of the police department, lowering taxes and more. It appears Oxycodone killed August Busch IV’s girlfriend. Just how bad is this drug? Dr. Joe Primrose explained.


House speaker swears off campaign donations during legislative session

 JEFFERSON CITY – The Interim Committee on Budgetary Transparency said changes in Missouri tax credit reform would not be as beneficial as Gov. Jay Nixon assumes.


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