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ACLU files free-speech lawsuit over leaflet ban

A group of residents opposed to a planned development in north St. Louis have taken their case to federal court, with a twist. Litigation is already under way in two different state-level courts challenging both the method by which city ...

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$8 billion man may pull off the impossible

I had the opportunity to chat with developer Paul McKee for a few minutes during Community Living’s recent Legacy Ball fundraising dinner at The Columns Banquet & Conference Center. While McKee’s McEagle Properties is headquartered in O’Fallon, this newspaper hasn’t ...

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NorthSide TRO rejected

Attorney D.B. Amon, pictured here speaking at a community forum on eminent domain abuse on Aug. 20, recently filed suit seeking a temporary restraining order to prevent the St. Louis City Board of Aldermen from considering approval of the NorthSide redevelopment project in St. Louis.

At a hearing on Thursday, Judge Robert Dierker told attorneys he didn’t see any immediate harm making a restraining order necessary, and set the matter for a preliminary injunction hearing in three weeks.

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