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Copper thefts a common and costly crime

by Peggy Lowe Feb 7, 2019
The Missouri Department of Transportation spent almost $1 million last year on repairing street lights caused by thefts of copper wire.
The Missouri Department of Transportation spent almost $1 million last year on repairing street lights caused by thefts of copper wire.
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Why unions are spending millions to fight Missouri’s proposed right-to-work law

by Renata Sago Aug 7, 2018
If passed by voters Tuesday, it would change the way unions collect money from members.
The AFL-CIO signage on the building at the intersection of 16th Street NW and Eye Street, just two blocks north of the White House, is 2005 in Washington, D.C.
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Hospital closure leaves soon-to-be mothers in rural Missouri without an OB-GYN

by Bram Sable-Smith Jul 16, 2018
Another rural hospital has closed, the 85th to shutter in the U.S. since 2010. This latest closing happened in Dunklin County, Missouri, one of the poorest counties in the state. The hospital was home to the only OB-GYN physician in…

Bills in two states push to eliminate tenure

by Jed Kim Jan 27, 2017
Missouri's would stop tenure for new hires starting next year. Iowa's would revoke tenure for all professors.
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Missouri could soon join the ranks of right-to-work states

by Marketplace Contributor Jan 27, 2017
Right to work bars unions from requiring workers to pay dues as a condition of employment.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens makes his State of the State speech on Jan. 17. Greitens supports a right-to-work measure, which would bar unions and employers from requiring workers to pay dues.
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Meat Casino: volatility in the cattle futures markets

by Kai Ryssdal Aug 23, 2016
It’s up, it’s down and a bit unpredictable

Record floods in Missouri spur debate over levees

by Marketplace Contributor Feb 8, 2016
Some blame the floods on nature, others say public policy made things worse
Residents and business are seen submerged in flood water from the Meremac River on December 31, 2015 in downtown Pacific, Missouri. The St. Louis area and surrounding region are experiencing record flood crests of the Mississippi, Missouri and Meremac Rivers after days of record rainfall.
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After flooding, Missouri businesses face cleanup costs

by Marketplace Contributor Jan 19, 2016
How communities in Missouri are coming together to help businesses recover

Minimum wage hike puts a city at odds with lawmakers

by Marketplace Contributor Oct 6, 2015
A bill prevents other cities from following St. Louis’ lead.

Ferguson Commission issues reform recommendations

by Janet Nguyen Sep 14, 2015
The committee has released a report on how to address racial inequalities.