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Group that filed FEC complaint against McCaskill adds Akin in filing

stltoday.com — WASHINGTON * A group that filed a Federal Election Commission complaint against Sen. Claire McCaskill based on a passage in her new book has now amended the complaint to include her 2012 opponent Todd Akin.
Aug 28, 2015

Group that filed FEC complaint against McCaskill adds Akin in filing: bit.ly/1hK82L4 via @STLtoday

Group that filed FEC complaint against McCaskill from book claims adds Akin in filing

stltoday.com — WASHINGTON * A group that filed a Federal Election Commission complaint against Sen. Claire McCaskill based on a passage in her new book has now amended the complaint to include her 2012 opponent, Todd Akin.
Aug 28, 2015

Group that filed FEC complaint against McCaskill from book claims adds Akin in filing: bit.ly/1hm09ug via @STLtoday

Are Work Colleges like Blackburn an answer to rising higher-education costs?

stltoday.com — WASHINGTON * Work colleges, including one in the St. Louis region and another in south central Missouri, could get more attention from Congress in the coming months. Rep. Rodney Davis, R-Taylorville, was at Blackburn College in Carlinville this week touting a bill he has introduced with Rep.
Aug 27, 2015

Are Work Colleges like Blackburn an answer to rising higher-education costs?: bit.ly/1Ka2tSr via @STLtoday

Wagner says Trump comments about women 'Neanderthal'

stltoday.com — WASHINGTON * Rep. Ann Wagner said Wednesday that Donald Trump's language about women is "Neanderthal" and "demeaning." The Ballwin Republican was appearing with an Alabama House colleague in Mobile, the same city where Trump drew a large crowd at a presidential campaign rally last week.
Aug 26, 2015

Wagner says Trump comments about women 'Neanderthal': bit.ly/1K5whzm via @STLtoday

Aug 26, 2015

One of House's top Republican women calls Trump comments about women "Neanderthal." stltoday.com/news/local/gov…

Aug 27, 2015

Wagner says Trump comments about women 'Neanderthal': bit.ly/1hhqQQT via @STLtoday

Aug 27, 2015

RT @craasch: Wagner says Trump comments about women 'Neanderthal': bit.ly/1hhqQQT via @STLtoday

Brother of Rep. Jason Smith found safe

stltoday.com — WASHINGTON * The brother of U.S. Rep. Jason Smith has been found safe on Wednesday, Jason Smith's office said. A missing-person report had been filed for Biily G. Smith Jr. on Monday, according to the Dent County Sheriff's office. He had been last seen Monday at the Ameristar Casino in St.

McCaskill urges county to approve plan to expand Jefferson Barracks

Market's rough ride highlighting economic issues coming into view for '16 campaign

stltoday.com — WASHINGTON * If the stock market's jolt downward and the slowdown of China's economy is not enough to push the United States' own financial health higher on 2016 presidential debate priorities, maybe the August Financial Confidence Index of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation will.
Aug 25, 2015

Market's rough ride highlighting economic issues coming into view for '16 campaign: bit.ly/1JX7fCz via @STLtoday

National Democrats find frustrations in making Illinois challenges

stltoday.com — WASHINGTON * Democrats have long seen Illinois as prime territory to pick up a U.S. Senate seat and more House seats in 2016. The party's ambitions include the Metro East, where incumbent 12th District Republican Mike Bost is high on the Democrats' target list.

Glen Carbon Democrat considering a challenge of Davis in Illinois 13th congressional district

stltoday.com — WASHINGTON * Glen Carbon, Ill., lawyer Tom Banning is "strongly considering" running as a Democrat against Rep. Rodney Davis, R-Taylorville, setting up the possibility of a three-way race for Illinois' 13th congressional district next year.
Aug 21, 2015

Glen Carbon Democrat considering a challenge of Davis in Illinois 13th congressional district: bit.ly/1JxBtMl via @STLtoday

Justice Department reports on Ferguson could cost more than $1 million

stltoday.com — WASHINGTON * The Department of Justice expects to spend more than $1 million to produce two reports related to law enforcement in Ferguson and St. Louis County. Copies of contracts with the Department of Justice reveal estimates that it will cost about $780,000 for the Police Foundation to produce a report on "collaborative reform" for the St.
Aug 20, 2015

RT @AntonioFrench: Justice Department reports on Ferguson and St. Louis County could cost more than $1 million: bit.ly/1UWpslr

Aug 20, 2015

Justice Department reports on Ferguson could cost more than $1 million: bit.ly/1KyijAk via @STLtoday

Aug 20, 2015

Justice Department reports on Ferguson could cost more than $1 million: bit.ly/1JmFocV via @STLtoday

Aug 20, 2015

RT @j_s_mann: Justice Department reports on Ferguson could cost more than $1 million: bit.ly/1JmFocV via @STLtoday

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Aug 28, 2015

RT @NFL: 3 yards to the endzone. Zach Zenner vs. Everybody. Zach Zenner wins. #DETvsJAX snpy.tv/1Uc7oGY

Aug 28, 2015

Group that filed FEC complaint against McCaskill adds Akin in filing: bit.ly/1hK82L4 via @STLtoday

Aug 28, 2015

Group that filed FEC complaint against McCaskill from book claims adds Akin in filing: bit.ly/1hm09ug via @STLtoday

Aug 28, 2015

RT @LillyAFowler: Panel of bishops speaking about Pope Francis' visit agree @Pontifex will address racial inequality in the U.S. #BlackLivesMatter #RNA2015

Aug 28, 2015

RT @markknoller: With former Pres GWBush marking the Katrina anniversary, I've posted my daily log covering him that week 10 yrs ago. cbsn.ws/1hlsz7T


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