A south St. Louis alderwoman says she wants her legislation that would require a prescription for the common decongestant pseudoephedrine to start a conversation about combating the methamphetamine problem in Missouri.
Updated at 1:00 p.m. with comments from the city.
The former corrections commissioner for the city of St. Louis has sued over his firing, claiming it was racially motivated.
Gene Stubblefield filed the suit today. He was fired Dec. 11, a decision upheld last month by the city's Civil Service Commission, whose members are the plaintiffs.
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