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St. Louis attorney picked as MU curator COLUMBIA (AP)  A St. Louis attorney is Gov. Jay Nixon’s choice to fill one of three vacancies on the University of Missouri system’s Board of Curators. Fifty-one-year-old Don Downing is a former chief ...

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Two win Greene County judicial commission seats SPRINGFIELD (MOLW) Attorneys Brent Green and Clif Smart won a run-off election Feb. 25 to fill out the seats on the commission that will nominate judges for Greene County Circuit Court. Green, an ...

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Three apologies, no explanation for delay

  It was a case challenging the constitutionality of workers’ compensation reform laws passed at the beginning of then-Gov. Matt Blunt’s term – politically tinged and high profile. How the Missouri Supreme Court handled the case was unusual. First, the ...

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‘They punted’

  In the hours after the Missouri Supreme Court handed down its long-awaited decision on the constitutionality of the 2005 changes to the state’s workers’ compensation law, some surprising press releases started circulating the state. In particular, both the Missouri ...

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