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By Eric D. Dixon on Jun 04, 2007

We're constantly reminded by the media that health care is in a crisis in the United States. Too few people with policies, too few conditions covered, an uncertain economy in which a lack of job permanency leaves people stranded without options when they get sick.

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By Sarah Brodsky on Jun 04, 2007

Another letter in the Post-Dispatch from someone in the suburbs who's worried about city kids going to suburban sch

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By Sarah Brodsky on Jun 04, 2007

A new charter school will focus on teaching students who have dropped out or who are at risk of dropping out. The school will be run by Can! Academy:

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By Sarah Brodsky on Jun 04, 2007

The midwife legislation becomes law:

Gov. Matt Blunt signed legislation Friday that started out expanding health insurance options and ended up, unbeknownst to most lawmakers, legalizing midwifery.

Commentary / Op-Eds
By David Stokes on Jun 01, 2007

There is a very interesting article in the Kansas City Star today about a provision in a bill passed by the legislature to lower the standards to be a court reporter in Missouri.

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By Sarah Brodsky on Jun 01, 2007

Missouri's new virtual school hasn't taken off as quickly as expected:

Commentary / Op-Eds
By Beverly Gossage on Jun 01, 2007

The Missouri Legislature’s bill to reform workplace health insurance provides a common-sense approach to health care reform, rather than more government intervention and bureaucracy.

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By David Stokes on May 31, 2007

My love of trains has been discussed before.

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By Sarah Brodsky on May 31, 2007

The St. Louis School Board may reconsider its contract to bash the charter schools:

Commentary / Op-Eds
By Eric D. Dixon on May 30, 2007

George Orwell famously warned about the use of political terminology to obscure meaning, rather than to reveal or enlighten.

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