Legislature

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If You Build It: The saga of a stadium

St. Louis — When Gov. Jay Nixon announced a two-man task force last November charged with keeping the NFL in St. Louis and building a new stadium to do just that, the second-term governor appeared at first to be coming a little late to the party. In November, Nixon announced that Dave Peacock, a former

UM hiring new government relations director amid criticisms

COLUMBIA, Mo. — The University of Missouri System is seeking a new face to run their state government relations department, as their relationship with state lawmakers grows increasingly testy. UM unwittingly found themselves at odds with state lawmakers when the Planned Parenthood facility in Columbia resumed surgical abortion services several years after ending the program.

UM hiring new government relations director amid criticisms

COLUMBIA, Mo. — The University of Missouri System is seeking a new face to run their state government relations department, as their relationship with state lawmakers grows increasingly testy. UM unwittingly found themselves at odds with state lawmakers when the Planned Parenthood facility in Columbia resumed surgical abortion services several years after ending the program.

Executive Branch

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If You Build It: The saga of a stadium

St. Louis — When Gov. Jay Nixon announced a two-man task force last November charged with keeping the NFL in St. Louis and building a new stadium to do just that, the second-term governor appeared at first to be coming a little late to the party. In November, Nixon announced that Dave Peacock, a former

Capitol Culture

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South Capitol entrances closed for renovations

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The south side entrances to the Missouri Capitol building closed Friday as part of ongoing renovations to the facility. The entrances closed include the carriage drive doors, the doors on both sides of the carriage drive and the bronze doors at the top of the south stairs. Other entrances will be open during that

Campaigns

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Poll measures power of former GOP senators endorsements

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Remington Research Group released the results of an independent survey designed to measure the impact of endorsements from Missouri’s former GOP senators Tuesday. The polling company asked 1,028 likely Missouri Republican primary voters their opinion on former U.S. Senators Kit Bond, John Ashcroft and Jack Danforth, as well as whether or not an endorsement

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