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"… er pharmacists and doctors. But at least five states — Connecticut, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina and Utah — include drug company employees on …"

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"… ay income — not counting a $1 million cash bump from Club for Growth’s Missouri branch — that came from Richard Uihlein, who gave $500,000. Uihlein and …"

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"… rs. Federal data show this disparity. It leaves communities like Labadie, Missouri, exposed to stubbornly high levels of the pollutant even as emissions nati …"

"… dollars. Spewed legally or illegally, sulfur dioxide hurts people. Ameren Missouri’s 48-year-old coal-fired generating station in Labadie, around 40 miles …"

"… igher rates of hospitalizations” for the disease compared to the rest of Missouri, the county’s Department of Public Health reported last year. The highes …"

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"… red Upton of Michigan, Rep. John Shimkus of Illinois and Sen. Roy Blunt of Missouri received the biggest checks — $5,000 each. Democratic recipients include …"

"… checks — $5,000 each. Democratic recipients included Claire McCaskill of Missouri and Dick Durbin of Illinois — $2,500 each. Top Sinclair officials have …"

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"… re states are considering similar programs this year, among them New York, Missouri and Pennsylvania. But the investment industry is standing in the way, agg …"

"… state retirement system of one kind or another for private-sector workers: Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, Virginia, Tennessee, Georgia, Hawaii, New Mexico …"

"… Hawaii, New Mexico and Pennsylvania. Three states — New York, Hawaii and Missouri — have bills that would set up auto-IRAs similar to Oregon’s. In New …"

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"… rding to a report released Monday by a U.S. senator. The investigation by Missouri’s Sen. Claire McCaskill sheds light on the opioid industry’s ability t …"

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"… ambassador John Bolton’s super PAC and $2 million to Club for Growth’s Missouri branch, which is supporting Republican Josh Hawley in his run for Senate. …"

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"… New York University and his master’s in journalism at the University of Missouri.  Nesima Aberra has come aboard as the Center’s new audience engag …"

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"… or Public Integrity. In a letter sent on Aug. 3, Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri, the top-ranked Democrat on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental …"

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"… ened version that survived in Washington. Two other states — Arizona and Missouri — proposed narrower bills that provide privacy protections just for stud …"

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"… overdose deaths in the past 15 years. Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri on Tuesday asked the manufacturers of the nation’s five biggest selling …"

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"… bout a dozen of the schools, as do Florida and Ohio. Arizona, Illinois and Missouri are among the states that have them, as well. The Center for Public Integ …"

"… nicest people,” said Harry Kennedy, a former Democratic state senator in Missouri who went to Turkey in 2008. “But we really didn’t talk much about inte …"

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"… of the banking caucus: Sean Duffy from Wisconsin, Blaine Luetkemeyer from Missouri and Scott Garrett from New Jersey, who lost his 2016 re-election bid. Two …"

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"… Monterey, California, the U.S. Army Engineer School in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, and others.  Independent analysts, lawyers, and human rights expert …"

"… n the United States at the U.S. Army Engineer School in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, in 2010. Instead, he participated in field trips — to Washington, D.C., …"

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"… he Cook Islands, whose entire population is smaller than that of Ferguson, Missouri, to India, the world’s second most populous country, individual governme …"

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"… governorships since 1922. The GOP flipped control of state executives in Missouri, Vermont and New Hampshire as of early Wednesday. That means the party wil …"

"… t in 2012 that Donald Trump would go on to win: West Virginia, Montana and Missouri. North Carolina remained a lone spot of hope for the party that sought to …"

"… imited or not seeking re-election. No state saw more spending on ads than Missouri, which attracted roughly $36 million — more than twice what was spent in …"

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"… ons of dollars,” he said. “Whereas you’ve got a Senate race in, take Missouri, which looks to be within 2 percentage points. There’s a race where adve …"

"… ting and production costs backing Republican Senate candidates in Indiana, Missouri, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and Nevada. In addition, ac …"

"… e FEC, almost all in connection with Senate races in Pennsylvania, Nevada, Missouri and North Carolina. About two-thirds of that money has been spent since Se …"

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"… overnor are taking place in Republican strongholds, such as West Virginia, Missouri and Montana. It’s part of a broader power imbalance that has state-level …"

"… e got to win some percentage of Trump voters.” Like Bullock in Montana, Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster and West Virginia’s Jim Justice publi …"

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"… andidates for governor who can appoint insurance commissioners in Indiana, Missouri, New Hampshire, Oregon, Utah, Vermont and West Virginia. In the five stat …"

"… often have a vested interest at the table. In 2005, for example, when the Missouri insurance director’s seat became vacant, then-Gov. Matt Blunt, a Republi …"

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"… rking-class voters in several key battleground states, including Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Most of those states typically …"

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"… news as the county and education editor of the Liberty Tribune of Liberty, Missouri. He’s contributed $625 to Clinton’s presidential committee. But Liber …"

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"… s Center for Politics has classified five of those as toss-ups: Indiana, Missouri, New Hampshire, Vermont and West Virginia. That’s in contrast to 2012, w …"

"… Kondik, a political analyst at the center. That’s certainly the case in Missouri where Democrats are trying to maintain control of the governor’s mansion …"

"… gislative political ads this year. Those eye-popping totals are fueled by Missouri’s campaign finance laws: It is one of a dozen states with no contributio …"

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"… 162 during his 16-year tenure. He’s number two. Republican Roy Blunt of Missouri, collected $818,723, and served in leadership positions in the House, whic …"

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"… rigged test and “there is no failing grade.” Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Missouri, who appeared with Wyden at the press conference, said she suspected that …"

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"… ially sponsored an ad campaign attacking Democrat Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri. Then, in 2014, it attempted to boost the ultimately doomed U.S. Senate bi …"

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"… fit are Alabama, Alaska, California, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, West Virginia and …"

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