Judge Declines to Issue Order Barring Greitens' Texting AppBeetem set a hearing for further arguments in March, acknowledging there are "open questions.''
Missouri Universities Struggle to Find Areas to CutChoi said more cuts will lead to larger class sizes, higher student-to-faculty ratios, lower graduation rates, faculty layoffs and a wave of students leaving the state.
Attorneys: Banning Use of Confide App Violates Free SpeechThe Kansas City Star has reported that Greitens and some of his staff use a Confide app that deletes text messages and prevents them from being saved.
Greitens Seeks 10 Percent Cut to Missouri Income Tax Rate"This tax plan puts working families first,'' Greitens told a crowd of dozens of people in Macon. He added that it will "reward businesses that build and hire people here in the state of Missouri.''
Embattled Missouri Governor Proposes $68M in Higher Ed CutsHe did not directly answer repeated questions from reporters Monday over whether allegations that he took a partially nude photo of the woman are true.
Hawley Wants Penalties for Missouri Records Law ViolationsHawley's call to update state record-retention laws comes as his office is looking into reports that fellow Republican Gov. Eric Greitens and other top staffers in his office have Confide app accounts.
Greitens: 'This Is A Mistake That I Made, But It's Not Who I Am'"Mark, there was not blackmail, there was no photograph for a threat of blackmail, there was no threat of violence, there was no violence. Those things are false."
AUDIO - Gov. Greitens to KMOX: 'I Made a Mistake. I'm Deeply Sorry ... We're Moving On'Greitens said there were no other affairs with other women, and he's ready to move forward for the people of Missouri.
Greitens Attorney: 'Zero' Chance Governor Will ResignSocial media was buzzing with resignation rumors Friday, even though the governor has said he would not step down, despite calls from five Republican lawmakers earlier this week urging him to do so.
4 GOP Lawmakers Call for Missouri Governor's ResignationThe calls from Republican women for Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens to resign are adding up.
Allegations Against Missouri Governor Raise Legal RisksA conviction on a blackmail charge can carry years or even decades behind bars. However, blackmail can be difficult to prove, especially without third-party witnesses, said Jeff Cramer, a former top federal prosecutor in Chicago.
What Lawmakers, Community Say to News of Greitens' Affair"I really, really feel for his wife, and his children, and he said that he made a mistake, but sometimes mistakes have consequences," Nasheed told KMOX. "I think that at the end of the day, he needs to do the right thing and he needs to resign his position so that we can begin to heal."

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