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Missouri lawmakers failed in a bid Wednesday to override several line-item budget vetoes affecting services for critically ill patients, troubled youths and the deaf after... [Read More]
The Missouri House has voted to override Gov. Mike Parson's vetoes of about $785,000 of budgeted expenditures for services benefiting hospitals, youth and the deaf.... [Read More]
The Missouri House voted Wednesday to override Gov. Mike Parson's vetoes of about $785,000 of budgeted expenditures for services benefiting hospitals, youth and the deaf. [Read More]
The task of drawing new boundaries for thousands of federal and state legislative districts is still about three years away, yet the political battle over... [Read More]
The political battle over redistricting is underway in this year's elections, even though the task of redrawing congressional and state legislative districts is still three... [Read More]
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A Missouri judge is considering whether to strike down a November ballot measure proposing to change the way House and Senate districts are drawn and... [Read More]
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Unions representing teachers and other public employees sued on Monday to try to block a new Missouri law that they claim imposes "a raft of... [Read More]
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As the #MeToo movement against sexual misconduct began snaring politicians, state legislatures across the country vowed to re-examine their policies to prevent harassment and beef... [Read More]
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As the #MeToo movement against sexual misconduct began snaring politicians, state legislatures across the country vowed to re-examine their policies to prevent harassment and beef... [Read More]
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As the #MeToo movement against sexual misconduct began snaring politicians, state legislatures across the country vowed to re-examine their policies to prevent harassment and beef... [Read More]
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About half of all state legislative chambers have followed through with at least some sort of change to their sexual harassment policies, but the others... [Read More]
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Some states have done nothing this year following the #MeToo movement, even as sexual misconduct allegations against lawmakers have been mounting. [Read More]
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An Associated Press analysis has found a split in the way state legislatures have responded to sexual misconduct allegations since the #MeToo movement. [Read More]
 Coming Monday: Confidentiality agreements have come under fire during the #MeToo movement as one way abusive men have been able to hold on to their jobs,... [Read More]
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As the #MeToo movement against sexual misconduct began snaring politicians, state legislatures across the country vowed to re-examine their policies to prevent harassment and beef... [Read More]
As the #MeToo movement against sexual misconduct began snaring politicians, state legislatures across the country vowed to re-examine their policies to prevent harassment and beef... [Read More]
About half of state legislatures have made some policy changes to fight sexual harassment, an analysis shows. [Read More]
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The steady march of new "right-to-work" laws in Republican-led states hit a wall in Missouri, where voters resoundingly rejected a measure that could have weakened... [Read More]
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The steady march of new 'right-to-work' laws in Republican-led states hit a wall in Missouri, where voters resoundingly rejected a measure that could have weakened... [Read More]
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