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Walker hopes to champion health care issues in House

ST. LOUIS – Representatives in the General Assembly come from all walks of life. In the Democratic caucus alone, there are electricians, teachers, attorneys, union leaders and many other professions. However, should Cora Faith Walker, a 31-year-old attorney from Ferguson, win her primary in August, as it’s widely believed she will, that side of the

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Walker hopes to champion health care issues in House

ST. LOUIS – Representatives in the General Assembly come from all walks of life. In the Democratic caucus alone, there are electricians, teachers, attorneys, union leaders and many other professions. However, should Cora Faith Walker, a 31-year-old attorney from Ferguson, win her primary in August, as it’s widely believed she will, that side of the

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‘Stand your ground’ measure added onto crime bill, passed

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Sen. Bob Dixon’s SB 663 on criminal offenses has become something of an omnibus piece of legislation. It creates new regulations on everything ranging from elder abuse reporting, Miranda warnings for juvenile offenders, shackling of pregnant women and juveniles, probation and parole, alcohol and marijuana regulations and others after a large swath

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Nixon announces initiative to help hungry Missouri kids

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri state agencies and community organizations, including Feeding Missouri and the Midwest Dairy Council, will partner with national anti-hunger group Share our Strength to increase access to child nutrition programs, Gov. Jay Nixon announced Friday. No Kids Hungry Missouri will work with school districts to increase access to school breakfast through

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TWMP: An exclusive interview with Sen. Bob Onder

On a very special episode of This Week in Missouri Politics from the Capitol, host Scott Faughn travels to Jefferson City to sit down with Sen. Bob Onder, the author of SJR 39, for an exclusive interview about the lightning rod legislation that divided the Capitol before failing to get out of a House committee

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Walker hopes to champion health care issues in House

ST. LOUIS – Representatives in the General Assembly come from all walks of life. In the Democratic caucus alone, there are electricians, teachers, attorneys, union leaders and many other professions. However, should Cora Faith Walker, a 31-year-old attorney from Ferguson, win her primary in August, as it’s widely believed she will, that side of the

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