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Officials are making public statements about the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on the healthcare law.
The Supreme Court ruled against challengers led by the state of Florida today, who claimed that the law requiring citizens to maintain health insurance coverage is unconstitutional.
While the council approved the TIF ordinance amendments and selected a developer, there's still a long way to go before the redevelopment is approved.
Government, Business, Summer
Prices could drop to as low as $2 per gallon, according to our source.
The Florissant Public Works Department is proposing purchasing the devices and adding more staff to help improve its code enforcement efforts.
The council will discuss a number of items during Monday night's meeting.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Modot is canceling the daily road closures on I-270 between Manchester and Big Bend roads in West County.
President Obama's immigration policy will allow young immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally to seek work permits.
The commission put the finishing touches on the permitted uses list Monday night.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon signed a bill that expanded the No-Call Law to cover personal cell phones.
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