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Koster Keeps Fundraising Edge Over GOP Rivals for Governor

JEFFERSON CITY (AP/KMOX) — Democratic Attorney General Chris Koster’s most recent fundraising has exceeded the combined total of all his Republican opponents in the race for Missouri governor, reports filed Friday with the Missouri Ethics Commission show. 357 more words

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Mo. AG files suit against KC charter school for refusing to return $3.7 million

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Attorney General Chris Koster, the State Board of Education, and the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) filed suit last week against a now-defunct Kansas City charter school for refusing to repay $3.7 million in overpaid funds to DESE. 299 more words

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This Week in Missouri Politics - December 6, 2015

After a week-long break for Thanksgiving, This Week in Missouri Politics is back with Attorney General Chris Koster as host Scott Faughn’s special guest. Koster talks about his gubernatorial campaign, the legal challenges facing SB 5 in St. 119 more words

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Republic Services Backs Claims Local Landfills Are Safe

BRIDGETON, Mo. (KMOX) – The owner of the West Lake and Bridgeton landfills went to court, Friday, with documentation to say the sites are safe. 95 more words

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Attorney General Reacts to Brush Fire Near Bridgeton Landfill

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Following Saturday afternoon’s brush fire at the Bridgeton landfill, Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster is reminding the EPA of the urgency to find a remedy. 394 more words

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Koster calls on EPA to help put out underground landfill fire

BRIDGETON, MO (KTVI) – In the midst of the Cardinals – Cubs baseball feud, a Chicago Tribune newspaper columnist slapped St. Louis for a potential environmental disaster:  an underground fire smoldering toward radioactive waste in Bridgeton. 470 more words

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Koster calls on EPA to help put out underground landfill fire

BRIDGETON, MO (KPLR) – In the midst of the Cardinals – Cubs baseball feud, a Chicago Tribune newspaper columnist slapped St. Louis for a potential environmental disaster:  an underground fire smoldering toward radioactive waste in Bridgeton. 470 more words

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