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Missouri proposal to reform ethics laws is back on the ballot after court ruling

Missouri Court of Appeals judge Alok Ahuja (center) questioned attorneys as he and fellow judges Thomas Newton (left) and Rex Gabbert heard arguments Thursday for and against keeping Amendment One on the November ballot.
McCaskill plans to vote against embattled Kavanaugh for Supreme Court seat
Sharice Davids raised nearly $700,000 from small-dollar donors in August
Insurers could charge huge premiums under Yoder-backed bill, health care experts say
Mitch McConnell and other DC Republicans hope to give Hawley a boost with fundraisers
Judge goes heavier on Sanders’ sentence: His harm ‘hard to measure and hard to repair’
Kansas House candidate gave false address when he filed to run, court docs say
After a summer in hiding, is former Gov. Eric Greitens already plotting a comeback?
Trump’s Friday rally in Missouri poses questions for GOP Senate candidate Josh Hawley


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