• By Monte Miller, Missourian Staff Writer
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State Sen. Dave Schatz, R-Sullivan, has joined other state and federal lawmakers in calling for the resignation of State Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal, D-University City.

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  • By Monte Miller, Missourian Staff Writer
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State Rep. Paul Curtman, R-Pacific, is pondering the decision to throw his hat in the political ring to try to unseat U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill in 2018.

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  • By Monte Miller, Missourian Staff Writer
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As the dust settles on the 2017 legislative regular session, State Rep. Justin Alferman, R-Hermann, feels positive about what was accomplished.

  • By Monte Miller, Missourian Staff Writer
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A bill to fund renovations to the Scottrade Center is moving closer to passage, despite St. Louis city voters rejecting the use of public funds to build a new sporting venue in April.

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  • By Monte Miller, Missourian Staff Writer
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In their efforts to cut waste while at the same time generate new funding for transportation, Missouri House members voted to cut grants for field sobriety checkpoints from the state budget.

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  • By Monte Miller, Missourian Staff Writer
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In a somewhat surprise appearance, U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt attended the annual Lincoln Day banquet in Washington Friday night to thank Franklin County voters for putting him over the top in his recent re-election bid.

  • By Karen Butterfield, Union Missourian Editor
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Union Fire Protection District board member Gary Banderman Sr. will face Mike Dedert in his bid to retain a seat on the board in Tuesday’s general municipal election.

  • By Monte Miller, Missourian Staff Writer
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In early December, outgoing Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon appointed former Franklin County Presiding Commissioner Ed Hillhouse, Villa Ridge, to the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission, but his tenure may be short-lived.

  • By Monte Miller, Missourian Staff Writer
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Now that the dust has settled on the year-long 2016 campaigns, a combined $336,165 was spent by the winning and losing candidates for Franklin County political offices.