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Missouri's Democratic attorney general says an investigation by his office found no evidence that Planned Parenthood in St. Louis is selling fetal tissue from abortions.

Chris Koster's report released Monday said a review of more than 300 abortions performed in June found that all tissue had been properly incinerated.

Koster launched an investigation following state and national outrage, primarily by Republicans, about undercover videos released by anti-abortion activists. The videos show Planned Parenthood officials discussing the transfer of fetal tissue to researchers.

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Missouri businesses could see another drop in workers' compensation insurance premiums next year.
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Missouri's legislative budget chairmen say they don't approve of a plan to use state money for a new St. Louis football stadium.

About $1 million in Missouri taxpayer money is set to go to an education nonprofit tasked with helping at-risk St. Louis youth.

Missouri to Require Notification of Tax Changes

Jul 6, 2015
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A bill to require Missouri's tax collection agency to notify affected businesses of changes in tax policy has been signed into law.

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Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is heading to France as part of a delegation attending the Paris Air Show.

Nixon's office says he will leave Friday and return to Missouri on June 17. He's one of at least a half-dozen U.S. governors going to the international tradeshow for the aerospace industry.

Jay Nixon at State of the State Address 2010
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Service and technology companies based in Missouri will have the option of calculating their taxes in a way that supporters of the measure say avoids double taxation.