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Local Cemetery that was Subject of Lawsuit Sold

MOLINE ACRES, Mo. (AP) – A deteriorating cemetery in north St. Louis County that was the subject of a lawsuit filed by Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster is being sold. 98 more words

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This Week in Missouri Politics - August 7, 2016

On the next week of This Week in Missouri Politics, the president of the Missouri Alliance for Freedom Ryan Johnson; Jack Spooner of the Spooner Law Firm; Mindy Mazur, a principal of GPS Impact; and Michael Sean Kelley, principal of The Kelley Group join Scott Faughn for a full panel discussion for the episode. 143 more words

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Chris Koster wins Missouri Farm Bureau endorsement

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KPLR) – A major Missouri trade industry group endorsed a Democrat for governor for the first time in its history. The Missouri Farm Bureau’s Political Action Committee voted Friday to back Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster in his bid for the governorship. 262 more words

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Chris Koster wins Missouri Farm Bureau endorsement

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (KTVI) – A major Missouri trade industry group endorsed a Democrat for governor for the first time in its history. The Missouri Farm Bureau’s Political Action Committee voted Friday to back Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster in his bid for the governorship. 264 more words

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Koster wins Democratic gubernatorial primary

ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster will be the Democratic nominee for governor in the general election this fall.

The Associated Press called the race for Koster just before 9 p.m. 99 more words

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This Week in Missouri Politics - June 19, 2016

On Sunday’s episode of This Week in Missouri Politics, host Scott Faughn continues his look at the Republican gubernatorial candidates with Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder. Kinder speaks about his role as a frontrunner of a race instead of an underdog, and about the concerns he’s hearing from voters on the campaign trail. 184 more words

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Koster says Obama acted too quickly on bathroom issue

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Missouri’s top Democratic candidate for governor says the Obama administration moved too quickly and unilaterally in issuing guidance on transgender students’ access to public school bathrooms. 106 more words

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