The U.S. Supreme Court, last week, heard arguments on two gay rights cases which may produce landmark rulings.
The Missouri legislature is considering banning the use of drones by journalists while the University of Missouri Journalism School is teaching students how to use them.
And, Missouri’s contraception exception law is no more – at least for now.
Those and other topics were discussed as part of our monthly legal roundtable.
Updated 12:02 p.m. Edited formatting 12:44 p.m.
Health care workers could refuse to participate in procedures or research that violates their religious, moral or ethical principles under a measure passed by the Missouri House.
The House sent the measure to the Senate Tuesday with a 116-41 vote.
The Missouri House has given first-round approval to legislation that would allow medical workers to refuse to take part in procedures that violate their religious or ethical beliefs.
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