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Missouri finalizes buybacks of securities

Financial firm Morgan Stanley bought back $103 million worth of auction-rate securities from Missouri investors, the Secretary of State’s Office said Wednesday. The firm also paid $216,552 to the Missouri Investor Education and Protection Fund. The amount constitutes Missouri’s share ...

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Ballot language approved for repeal of Plan

Secretary of State Robin Carnahan on Tuesday approved a proposed constitutional amendment for circulation that would effectively scrap the Nonpartisan Court Plan. And the leader of the group pushing for repeal of the current iteration of the plan said his ...

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Better Courts withdraws current ballot proposal, will make changes

ShowMe Better Courts for Missouri has withdrawn their current ballot proposal for making changes to the Missouri Nonpartisan Court Plan but has plans to file a new proposal sometime midweek. The blog Fired Up! first reported on Friday that the ...

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Supporter of revamping judicial selection proposes language to state office

A group pushing for changes in how Missouri selects its judges is offering a little advice to Secretary of State Robin Carnahan. The campaign organization led by James Harris and calling itself ShowMe Better Courts sent her office a letter ...

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History restored

History buffs now have a new treasure trove of firsthand documents in St. Louis city. Secretary of State Robin Carnahan and St. Louis Circuit Clerk Mariano Favazza announced Wednesday that more than 11,200 old cases from St. Louis Circuit Court are now available to the public. The case files cover the Civil War era, 1866 through 1868. Pictured is Favazza and Probate Court manager Sandra Lombardo touring the record storage facility at the Missouri State Archives in the Globe-Democrat Building, 710 N. Tucker.

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Civil War court records now available

History buffs now have a new treasure trove of firsthand documents in St. Louis city. Secretary of State Robin Carnahan and St. Louis Circuit Clerk Mariano Favazza plan to announce later today that more than 11,000 old cases from St. ...

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St. Louis city election board uncovers voter fraud

The St. Louis Board of Election Commissioners announced today it uncovered "evidence of significant voter fraud" in the November election. The board said it turned over the evidence of voter fraud to the U.S. Attorney's Office. Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan commended the board's efforts to identify voter fraud. But Lloyd Smith, executive director of the Missouri Republican Party, placed the blame on Carnahan, a Democrat. "Today's announcement by the St. Louis City Board of Elections makes it clear that voter fraud continues to thrive in Missouri, despite Robin Carnahan's attempts to cover up the problem," he said in a statement.

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