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Missouri Supreme Court reverses Sunshine costs for attorney

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The Missouri Supreme Court has ruled fully in favor of a Mexico attorney who brought a Sunshine lawsuit against the Board of Election Commissioners for the City of St. Louis in the midst of a hotly contested 2016 primary election. ...

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Legal moves, award winners top Missouri Lawyers Media’s most-read online stories of 2019

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Award winners, unexpected departures, lawyers running into trouble and a legal battle involving the Sunshine Law drew the most attention from readers of Missouri Lawyers Media on molawyersmedia.com in 2019. Here are the 10 most-viewed stories on our website in ...

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Missouri Supreme Court hears arguments on Sunshine Law, absentee ballots

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The Missouri Supreme Court on Oct. 2 grappled with an ambiguous part of the Sunshine Law pertaining to the public release of absentee ballot materials. The high court heard oral arguments in the case involving Bruce Franks Jr., the outgoing ...

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Two groups sue to get state-worker data provided to union

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For years, Missouri has handed over data on state employees to a public-sector workers’ union. Now two conservative groups are suing a state agency in Cole County Circuit Court to obtain that data. On Aug. 28, the nonprofit Show-Me Institute ...

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Schmitt withdraws First Amendment argument in lawsuit

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt this week withdrew a legal brief he filed in a defamation lawsuit arguing the First Amendment allows him to withhold some public records concerning private citizens that were requested by the plaintiff’s attorney. Schmidt originally ...

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