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Mo. judge to hear case against worship disruption law
A federal judge will hear arguments today in a lawsuit over Missouri's new law making it a crime to disturb a worship service.
Attorneys for the ACLU are seeking a temporary injunction to block the law that took effect last month.
Nixon declares state of emergency for severe storms, possible tornadoes hit southwestern Mo., southern Ill.; at least four confirmed dead
Wal-Mart pulls baby formula after Mo. infant dies
Wal-Mart says it is pulling a batch of powdered infant formula from its shelves out of an "abundance of caution" following the death Sunday of a 10-day-old Missouri boy.
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