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By Steven Bernstetter on Mar 21, 2007

Governor Blunt has been on tour recently, promoting a new system for cataloging and sharing patient information between doctors and hospitals. According to Senate Majority Leader Charlie Shields, R-St. Joseph:

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By Timothy B. Lee on Mar 21, 2007

The Post has a write up of one of the most entertaining Supreme Court cases in recent memory, which was argued on Monday.

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By Timothy B. Lee on Mar 21, 2007

USA Today has a news story on mayoral control over urban schools that covers our study on mayoral control, although they unfortunately don't m

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By Sarah Brodsky on Mar 20, 2007

Governor Blunt wants to spend an additional $500,000 on the Show Me Healthy Women Program:

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By David Stokes on Mar 19, 2007

Cheryl Fleming is one unhappy commuter:

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By Sarah Brodsky on Mar 19, 2007

Students in the St. Louis Public Schools are protesting at Mayor Slay's office. They're worried that their diplomas won't matter:

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By David Stokes on Mar 17, 2007

Could this ruling be the straw that breaks the camel's back for City of St.

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By Steven Bernstetter on Mar 16, 2007
My colleague, Sarah Brodsky, blogged the other day about the recent efforts of Mayor Slay to acquire the authority necessary to approve new charter schools in St. Louis. She correctly pointed out that Charter schools are not an education cure-all, but nonetheless a step in the right direction.
Commentary / Op-Eds
By Sarah Brodsky on Mar 15, 2007
Mayor Slay is trying to open more charter schools in St. Louis:
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By Steven Bernstetter on Mar 15, 2007

Governor Blunt recently changed his mind about Missouri's new Minimum Wage laws. Initially, January's minimum wage increase applied only to non-tipped workers.

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