Missouri Court of Appeals

Campaign contribution limits
8:45 pm
Wed January 8, 2014

Court To Hear Challenge To Campaign Finance Limits

Several civic leaders from Kansas City have gone to court challenging a voter-approved state law that requires Kansas City and St. Louis to ask voters every five years to renew the city earning taxes.

The long-simmering fight over campaign contribution limits is heating up once again. The latest chapter: a Kansas City court is to hear oral arguments Wednesday in the case between Missouri Roundtable for Life, which supports contribution limits, and libertarian interests, headed up by Rex Sinquefield.

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PCB Pollution
4:21 pm
Tue July 23, 2013

Is Monsanto Responsible For 700 Cases Of Cancer? A Jury Could Decide

(via Flickr/s_falkow)

A Missouri appeals court has ruled that a jury should decide whether Monsanto's chemical production division is responsible for cancers allegedly caused by the widespread use of certain toxic chemicals in everyday products.

Over the course of several decades, Monsanto manufactured 99 percent of the polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCB's, found in the world. High concentrations of the chemicals can cause non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and other forms of cancer.

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Northside appeal
3:14 pm
Wed February 1, 2012

McKee case in the hands of Mo. Court of Appeals

The fate of Paul McKee's $8 billion plan to make over 1,500 acres in north St. Louis is in the hands of the Mo. Court of Appeals.
(Matt Sepic/St. Louis Public Radio)

A wait-and-see game is again underway for opponents and supporters of an $8 billion plan to make over 1,500 acres of north St. Louis city.

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