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The national program airing Saturday and Sunday will focus on initiative petition campaigns tied to capping interest rates at 36 percent.
Country music and laryngitis are two of the methods employed this week.
This edition of Political Potpourri has campaign machinations on both sides of the race to be Missouri's next U.S. Senator.
Did the Governor do it to spite U.S. Rep. Russ Carnahan?
Pending student loan legislation is a source of controversy in the race to represent Missouri in the U.S. Senate.
The Attorney is using an old ambulance to collect petition signatures.
Also, find out why Newt Gingrich may not be a fan of the St. Louis Zoo, and we have links to this weekend's congressional district caucus events.
Even if the state's presidential primary had carried delegate weight, would Mitt Romney's defacto hold of the GOP nomination be any different now?
Aides to Frontenac businessman John Brunner ding Steelman on previous statements on legislative endorsements.
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