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In fight over ethics changes, Hawley is a `no' vote
Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley says a provision in the ballot initiative affecting legislative redistricting is problematic.
Oct 16 8:25PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

After hospital visit, Missouri governor says his heart is fine
Gov. Mike Parson's visit to a Jefferson City hospital comes after he underwent open heart surgery in December 2016.
Oct 16 7:00PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Democratic challengers in Metro East congressional races outraise GOP incumbents
But Bost, Davis maintain cash-on-hand advantages entering final month of 2018 campaign
Oct 16 4:45PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Missouri taxpayers paying $550,000 to settle parole officer's hostile workplace claim
Missouri paid out more than $23 million in legal settlements last year and could face at least $113 million more this year.
Oct 16 4:34PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Wagner is no-show as rivals for her congressional seat debate healthcare, tax policy
Democrat Cort Van Ostran and Libertarian Larry Kirk were the only two candidates for the 2nd Congressional District seat to answer questions at the forum Monday night.
Oct 16 3:30AM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Federal government has spent millions to guard Confederate cemeteries, including one in Alton
Most of the protected cemeteries are in the North, in places far removed from the Confederacy.
Oct 15 8:30PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

When it comes to fundraising, it's slim pickings for GOP candidate for Missouri auditor
Republican Saundra McDowell faces Democrat Nicole Galloway on Nov. 6.
Oct 15 8:15PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

McCaskill has outraised Hawley by almost 4-1, but Hawley entered October with more campaign cash
McCaskill's campaign outspent Hawley's by more than 5-1 from mid-July through September
Oct 15 7:45PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Online Voters Guide available for Nov. 6 election
The printed version will be in the Post-Dispatch Oct. 26.
Oct 15 6:39PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

About that White House portrait of Trump and other GOP presidents: An interview with the Missouri painter
The artist acknowledged he made people as good looking as possible, and shed pounds on those who need to lose a few.
Oct 15 6:25PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Where people show up to vote and where they don't
In the average county, 59 percent of adult citizens voted in 2016.
Oct 15 6:00PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Messenger: St. Louis chases the MLS again. About that ticket tax ...
History of ticket tax in St. Louis sheds light on changing priorities.
Oct 14 9:00PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Messenger: Disabled veteran seeks the health care he earned on Highway 14 in Vietnam
Attorney gets old conviction expunged and now awaits ruling from Army review panel.
Oct 12 9:00PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Senate confirms 16 new federal judges, but not St. Louis nominee
Congress is out until mid-November because of the elections
Oct 12 8:00PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Wagner, Maloney to receive anti-sex trafficking award
Honored for FOSTA, controversial bill Trump signed into law in April
Oct 11 10:15PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Concerns over Saudi role in dissident's disappearance could affect Boeing sales
Some in Congress are calling for halt of arms sales to the important Boeing customer, but analyst sees little chance of U.S. shunning key ally.
Oct 11 9:58PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Unions challenge Missouri law making it easier to fire nearly 25,000 state workers
Labor unions say the changes infringe on state workers' collective bargaining rights, which are enshrined in the state Constitution's Bill of Rights.
Oct 11 8:10PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Investors just want an Illinois governor who will avoid a junk rating
One party rule has worked to ease impasses in other states. But single-party control is no guarantee.
Oct 11 7:04PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

U.S. Supreme Court vacates ruling requiring licensing for hair braiding in Missouri
The lawsuit was made moot when Missouri relaxed rules requiring licensing for hair braiding.
Oct 11 4:30PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics

Group backing Missouri gas tax hike launches ad as governor prepares to lend support
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson is expected to campaign in favor of the 10-cent per gallon boost next week.
Oct 11 2:08PM St Louis Dispatch State Politics