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Court Agrees Missouri Senate Followed the Constitution – Dismisses Lawsuit

  “We are pleased with the judge’s decision to dismiss the case. Missouri’s Constitution establishes three coequal branches of government, the legislative, executive and judicial. The Constitution also allows the Senate to adopt its own rules relating to its internal proceedings. The judge’s decision appropriately recognizes the authority of the Senate. All Senate meetings are

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Court Agrees Missouri Senate Followed the Constitution – Dismisses Lawsuit

  “We are pleased with the judge’s decision to dismiss the case. Missouri’s Constitution establishes three coequal branches of government, the legislative, executive and judicial. The Constitution also allows the Senate to adopt its own rules relating to its internal proceedings. The judge’s decision appropriately recognizes the authority of the Senate. All Senate meetings are

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SCOTUS rulings on lethal injection, EPA have Missouri impact

Saint Louis, Mo. — The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on two cases today that will have a direct impact on Missouri. Missouri joined 22 states in the Michigan v. EPA case, arguing that the Environmental Protection Agency did not properly consider the costs to utilities and others in the power sector before setting new regulations

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Justus, McManus win big in KC

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A few Missouri Capitol regulars will now soon become veterans of another governmental body. State Rep. Kevin McManus and former state senator and minority leader Jolie Justus both won seats on the Kansas City City Council Tuesday night. Both won their districts with more than 70 percent of the vote in

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