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Missouri Cities Added to Lawsuits Over Traffic Fine Revenues

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – More St. Louis County cities are facing a lawsuit from the state attorney general over traffic fine revenues.

Attorney General Chris Koster said in a Thursday court filing that four additional cities are in violation of a law capping the portion of funding cities can get from traffic violations. 96 more words



Who will be governor in 2016?

This Week’s Opinion Makers:
Anne Schweitzer
Senior Associate, Public Eye, Inc.

Megan Shackelford
Director of Communications, The Kelley Group… 13 more words


Candidates Who Choose Not to Run ...

Several prospective candidates for various offices made official yesterday their plans not to seek another position.


Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI-1), the 2012 Republican vice presidential nominee, confirmed that he will not run for president in 2016. 565 more words


Reaction to McCaskill Announcement

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - Upon hearing Sen. Claire McCaskill’s announcement Monday that she’ll seek re-election to the U.S. Senate and won’t be running for governor of Missouri in 2016, Missouri Attorney Chris Koster, a potential Democratic candidate for governor, issued this written statement: 75 more words


Opinion Maker Panel - January 11, 2014

This Week’s Opinion Maker panel consists of Sean Nicholson (Progress Missouri), Patrick Lynn (The Kelley Group), Rep. Ron Hicks (R-St. Charles) and Gregg Keller (Atlas Group). 12 more words


Charlie Brennan - December 19 - Charlie Gitto on 40th Anniv. of Charlie Gitto's Restaurant; Marc Kramer; Chris Koster; Judge Frank Vatterott; Pastor Rocky Marlowe

Charlie and Debbie talk with Charlie Gitto, owner of Charlie Gitto’s restaurant in Downtown St. Louis, about the 40th anniversary of his 6th Street restaurant in Downtown St. 323 more words

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Total Information PM: Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster

Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster announced today filed a suit against 13 municipalities in St. Louis County, accusing them of violating a state law that limits the amount of fines and court fees a municipality can keep from traffic cases. 36 more words

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