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Missouri House Passes Plan to Fix Student Transfer Law

(AP) – A plan aimed at fixing issues with Missouri’s flawed student transfer law won final House passage Tuesday, narrowly scraping enough votes to send the bill to the Senate ... New charter schools ... read more

Two Bills Will Have Broad Impact On Missouri Students – If They Become Law

And that doesn’t include the financial impact the governor says will occur because of the tax-cut bill that the House and Senate ... for transfer students but is not required to do so. -- PRIVATE SCHO... read more

Uruguay establishes legal marijuana market, further breaking up war on cannabis

Reuters explains: A government-sponsored bill approved by 16-13 votes in the Senate provides for regulation of the cultivation ... right there at the door of the schools, on the street corners. It att... read more

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Values of Significant Groups, Organizations, and Figures in America

As part of my Search for American Values project, this informal paper provides lists of values for a number of significant groups, organizations, and individuals in America, including notable historic... read more


A final word on Marshall’s comments

If Chicago columnists and national NFL analyst types thought Jay Cutler behaved poorly in a press conference setting, they should probably take a look at the 1 minute, 40 second group interview Brando... read more

Would You Vote for the Senate's Health Legislation?

This week on the JOURNAL, Bill Moyers spoke with journalist Matt Taibbi and economist ... Moyers noted that progressives are split on whether to support the Senate’s health legislation, which no longe... read more

Charged With a Crime? Better Check Your Facebook Pictures

Earlier this year, the realms of law and new media collided when Lori Drew was hit with federal charges for creating a fake MySpace page and harassing a neighboring teenager, who then committed suicid... read more

The Dream Act affects more than Latinos

If Senate Republicans kill the Dream Act ... two years of college or join the military. Perhaps a million might take advantage. They are badly needed to buck up our depleted military ranks and stresse... read more

Live coverage: Latest midterm results

President Trump leaves the stage at the end of a campaign rally at Southeast Missouri ... out of the house and when he returned he discovered she was still alive, authorities said. “This is where he a... read more

82 percent say U.S. ‘losing’ War on Drugs

Eighty-two percent of Americans believe the government is “losing” its four-decade-old “War on Drugs” according to a Rasmussen Reports poll released on Sunday. The poll, which normally carries a conse... read more

Indiana Public Media News

A new superintendent was supposed to start at Paoli Community Schools June 1, but is no longer coming to the district. As students head into ... After the farm bill failed in the U.S. House last month ... read more

Can Democracy Withstand The Power of Big Money?

This week on the JOURNAL, Bill Moyers spoke with libertarian journalist Nick Gillespie and progressive legal scholar Lawrence Lessig about the impact of last month's controversial Supreme Court ruling ... read more



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