Debate begins on Cable/Telco bill

State senators have started working their way through a proposal that would let telephone companies compete with cable television companies. Sponsor John Griesheimer of Washington says a delicate compromise has been reached between the new technology represented by...

Cable TV Competition Bill Coming Up

The end of cable television service as we have known it will be debated by the state senate this week. Telephone companies want to provide video and broadband services in competition with existing cable-television services. The collision between the two technologies...

Coalition Pushes Value of METS

A coalition of educators and business executives recommend Missouri push math, engineering, technology and science more in the classroom and work to get schoolchildren more excited about careers in those fields. It’s called the METS Coalition. METS is an acronym...

Nixon Moves Against California On-Line Dating Firm

Attorney General Jay Nixon has obtained a temporary restraining order against an on-line dating service that he accuses of calling Missourians on the state No Call list. Nixon says more than 140 Missourians on the No Call list reported receiving telemarketing calls...

Justice Department Sues PSC Members

The United States Justice Department has sued two members of Missouri’s Public Service Commission to deny them access to telephone records that phone companies might have given to the National Security Agency. Commissioners Robert Clayton and Steve Gaw have...
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