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New court operating phase tied to vaccine availability

Missouri Supreme Court

The Missouri Supreme Court has created a new, less-restrictive operating phase for courts resuming in-person proceedings, revising operational directives it adopted last year in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Judge denies TRO in earnings tax suit

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A federal judge has declined to grant a temporary restraining order in a suit challenging the city of St. Louis’ refusal to issue earnings tax refunds to remote workers who live outside the city but work for St. Louis-based companies.

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Court sides with state in ‘alternative’ meat case

Thomas Eagleton Federal Courthouse

A federal appeals court has declined to enjoin the state of Missouri from enforcing a 2018 law criminalizing the misrepresentation of plant-based products as meat, ruling that a vegan food brand and a food advocacy organization failed to show the law harmed them irreparably.

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Remote workers challenge denials of earnings tax refunds

Three employees of St. Louis-based companies who have worked remotely from locations outside of the city during the COVID-19 pandemic are suing the city for its refusal to issue refunds of earnings tax revenue it collected in 2020.

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