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Lack of affidavit leaves default judgment in place

Eastern District

The Court of Appeals Eastern District on April 19 affirmed a $114,000 default judgment against a St. Louis-area business, demonstrating how hard Missouri law makes it to set aside such judgments even during a pandemic.

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Missouri faces more lawsuits over lack of redistricting map

With the state’s Republican-led Legislature still deadlocked on redistricting, Missouri now faces lawsuits in both federal and state court asking the judiciary to intervene and order a new U.S. House map before this summer's primary election.

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Missouri Senate advances $46 billion state budget

Missouri senators on Tuesday passed a roughly $46 billion state budget plan bolstered by federal funding that includes extra money for K-12 public school busing and teacher pay raises.

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Three defendants settle in Missouri hazing lawsuit

Three of the 23 defendants in a lawsuit filed after a University of Missouri fraternity party left a student with serious brain injuries have reached a settlement.

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Jefferson City agrees to reinstall Confederate stones

Jefferson City has agreed to reinstall two paving stones that contained a reference to a Confederate general to settle a lawsuit filed after the stones were removed, according to attorneys in the case.

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