For the past two weeks, I have been involved in a small informal Task Force of Senate and House members charged with finding a funding solution to cuts for in-home and nursing home services that went into effect with the new budget year in July. It has been one of the more challenging experiences I […]View
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APPEALS JUDGES SEND CAPTIVE DEER CASE TO HIGH COURT A three-judge panel of the Missouri Court of Appeals Western District on Oct. 10 said it believes the state Conservation Commission has the constitutional authority to regulate captive deer breeding and hunting facilities. However, instead of reversing a lower court’s ruling to the contrary, the appellate […]View
COURT REVIVES RELIGIOUS CHALLENGE TO ABORTION LAW A three-judge panel of the Missouri Court of Appeals Western District on Oct. 3 revived a lawsuit alleging certain state abortion regulations violate the religious rights of women seeking to undergo the procedure. The appellate panel said a circuit judge erred in the dismissing the case and ordered […]View
In light of the continued disintegration of civil discourse and current hyper-partisan environment–and especially in light of last night’s events in Las Vegas–Rep. Kendrick’s remarks as published in Georgia’s Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News (and elsewhere) ring so true: While most Americans would agree the current political climate is unsustainable, finding a sense of national unity […]View
STL MAYOR, POLICE CHIEF ASK FOR FEDERAL INVESTIGATION St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson and interim Police Chief Lawrence O’Toole on Sept. 27 requested that federal authorities independently investigate allegations that police used abusive and unconstitutional tactics in their response to protests over police abuse following the Sept. 15 acquittal of a white former police officer […]View
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