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By Sarah Brodsky on Apr 12, 2007

State Sen. Loudon's bill to get rid of some restrictions on midwives is being stopped by a filibuster:

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By Sarah Brodsky on Apr 11, 2007

Missouri legislators want to expand the state's high risk health insurance pool:

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By Steven Bernstetter on Apr 11, 2007

Currently making its way through the house is an "intellectual diversity" bill intended to:

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By David Stokes on Apr 10, 2007

Word on the street is that St.

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By David Stokes on Apr 09, 2007

Today's Post-Dispatch has a valuable AP story on recent Kansas City-area participants in the ABC television show, "Extreme Makeover," and their recent tax complica

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By Steven Bernstetter on Apr 09, 2007

Over at PubDef, you can find a fairly comprehensive list of exactly what's going on now with the SLPS and the impending state takeover.

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By David Stokes on Apr 06, 2007

At Combest this morning, we see reports of two bills being considered by the state legislature that go directly to how free we are, could be, should be or should not be?  Are we free enough to make our own desisions as to

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By Steven Bernstetter on Apr 06, 2007

The SLPS have again broken through to the international media. The Economist has featured an article about the ongoing troubles with SLPS, and, not surprisingly, the diagnosis isn't good.

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By Sarah Brodsky on Apr 06, 2007

Here's an idea for a really bad law:

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By David Stokes on Apr 03, 2007

Just in time for opening day, the Saint Louis Regional Commerce and Growth Association released a study that concluded tha

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