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David Cook blogs on Patch about how he, his neighbors and elected officials from both sides of the aisle opposed SB29, a bill recently signed into law affecting how unions use dues and fees.
Patch is teaming up with the Missouri Department of Transportation this week to get all of your traffic and road questions answered.
Ken Waller will pursue a second term in 2014, he announced last week.
Small business incubation is one area of focus for Arnold City Council, which approved three new committees last week.
This week, the House passed HB 986, sponsored by Representative Jay Barnes, which creates the Joint Committee on Medicaid Transformation to investigate needed reforms.
They are among the items included on the Arnold City Council's agenda for a meeting on Thursday evening. The full agenda is included as a PDF.
Huey says he plans to run for the District 3 seat in 2014. It is currently occupied by Bob Boyer.
State Rep. John McCaherty says gun owners' private information should be protected from the Missouri Department of Revenue. What do you think?
Monthly meetings are set for the second Wednesday of the month at Madebella’s Restaurant in House Springs.
We must remain ever vigilant in our defense of the Second Amendment rights of Missourians, blogs Rep. John McCaherty on Patch.
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