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By Sarah Brodsky on Jun 20, 2007

John Combest links to an article about the University of Missouri at Kansas City.

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By Maurice Harris on Jun 20, 2007

In the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, an article discusses  former Rep. Richard Gephardt's visit to Springfield, IL, to tout Gov.

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By David Stokes on Jun 19, 2007

One consistent article of modern government at all levels and parties is the constant need to protect people in every way imaginable. St.

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By Maurice Harris on Jun 19, 2007

In the Southeast Missourian (via Combest) an article discusses a new state law that would require school districts not to start earlier than 10 days before Labor Day:

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By Jason Hannasch on Jun 19, 2007

The Show-Me Institute’s vice president demonstrates, from personal experience, how Missouri’s new health insurance reform makes it easier for small businesses to help their employees set up and fund health savings accounts.

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By David Stokes on Jun 18, 2007

As reported in the Southeast Missourian, city officals in Cape Girardeau are considering instituting some type of earnings or payroll tax. This is a very poor idea, unless their goal is to make Jackson more successful.

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By Sarah Brodsky on Jun 18, 2007

John Combest is, as usual, doing half my job for me. He links to an article in the Southeast Missourian about a proposed community college:

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By Sarah Brodsky on Jun 18, 2007

An editorial in the Post-Dispatch praises Rick Sullivan, the executive officer of the new board in charge of the St. Louis public schools:

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By Sarah Brodsky on Jun 18, 2007

The Washington Missourian (by way of Combest) reports that Tom Schlafly has found a possible problem with the proposal to m

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By Sarah Brodsky on Jun 18, 2007

The Springfield News-Leader jumps on the bandwagon and publishes a fanciful vision of a future Missouri:

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