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Disqualified candidate comes in second

A former lawyer seeking a City Council seat in Kansas City would have advanced to April’s general election if a judge hadn’t disqualified him from Tuesday’s primary, according to contest results. The legal team for the nixed candidate, Michael Fletcher, now is pursuing emergency measures with the Missouri Supreme Court.

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Case challenges KC’s ‘smoking police’

A pending appeal could yell “Freeze!” to Kansas City’s “smoking police.” In a case to be heard next month, the Missouri Court of Appeals Western District will consider if Kansas City’s Health Department has the authority to ticket people it ...

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Despite unease, court OKs KCP&L purchase

The Missouri Court of Appeals Western District said Tuesday that the state's Public Service Commission followed the applicable statutes and regulations in allowing KCP&L's holding company, Great Plains Energy Inc., to take over Aquila and operate it as a subsidiary.

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Court amends eminent domain ballot language

With a decision in hand that could allow him to begin gathering signatures for a proposed ballot item, anti-eminent-domain activist Ron Calzone is now going after the groups he says have used the courts against him. Calzone, of Missouri Citizens ...

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