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Time to update antiquated phone rules

Editor: With the Legislature back in session, our elected officials have the opportunity to update some antiquated telephone rules that could ultimately benefit everyone (through economic development, jobs, etc.) The issue is access fees – charges that telephone companies pay ...

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Nothing new here

Editor, I read David Yas’ column [Monday] regarding the Super Lawyers/West Publishing marriage. All I can say is “Really?” The fact that law firms advertise is now a foregone conclusion. In fact, they always have, whether it was with junkets ...

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Greene County ushers in court plan

Dear editor, Voters in Greene County made history this month. In a vote that was little noted outside Southwest Missouri, that county became the first in 35 years to opt into Missouri’s Nonpartisan Court Plan. This is no small matter. ...

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Lawyers should unite to defeat Lembke

@********BODY COPY 10/11:Editor’s note: The following letter is being sent out this week to Missouri attorneys. It has been my honor and privilege to practice law for over 32 years. I owe everything that I have, really everything that I ...

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Letters To The Editor

I note with interest your front page (above the fold) story in the May 9 edition titled “It will be better when he and I are gone.” One cannot help but feel empathy for the Hucklenbroichs. However, the slant of ...

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Another Concealed Carry Argument

Dear Editor: The Supreme Court of Missouri is preparing to hear oral arguments in late January on the controversial concealed weapons bill. The issue in the case is whether this purported “law” violates various provisions of the Missouri Constitution. I ...

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