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Tort reform measure would alter punitive damage cases to use a two-jury system

Tort reform measure would alter punitive damage cases to use a two-jury system

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — House Republicans continued their relentless tort reform efforts with a bill in the House Litigation Reform Committee Monday that would affect the way punitive damages are handled in the state. After hearings on topics as big as the collateral source rule change bill, the adoption of the Daubert witness standards and

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Right-to-work hearing marks first step of new labor reform reality

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Former Rep. Shannon Cooper, reprentative for the Carpenters District Council may have put it best Tuesday afternoon when he said he felt like Mel Gibson’s portrayal of William Wallace at the end of Braveheart. “We fought a good fight, but we know where we’re heading,” the union representative said during the

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Greitens announces state leadership campaign team

ST. LOUIS – Republican gubernatorial candidate Eric Greitens announced his leadership team for his campaign Wednesday. The author and former Navy SEAL has put together a group of Republicans and conservatives fro across the state, based out of each Congressional district, including several state legislators, including Reps. Jay Barnes, Kirk Mathews, Nate Walker, and Bill White.

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