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This is Political Rewind, a compilation of the top political and policy stories from Beyond November, a collaboration of the St. Louis Beacon, Nine Network and St. Louis Public Radio.
A campaign kicked off Wednesday to expand coverage to anyone making 138 percent of the Federal Poverty Level. Advocates say the move would cover an additional 250,000 Missourians.
For $50, members of a food subscription service receive a week's worth of fresh and local meat, produce, eggs, dairy and more.
Supporters gathered in Bridgeton Monday night for Senator Claire McCaskill's final campaign rally.
Voters lined a Kirkwood street Monday afternoon to express their distaste for the U.S. Senate candidate and local representative.
Claire McCaskill appeared on MSNBC Monday to discuss Todd Akin's comment on 'legitimate rape,' which she calls a 'gut-check' for Missourians.
This eye-catching shot grabbed more than half of reader votes in our "Be an Olympian" photo contest, which was inspired by the London 2012 Olympics.
The Republican Party candidate dominated the primary election on Tuesday.
Police & Fire, Business
Young people are falsely posing as students of L’École Culinaire in an effort to get victims to buy phony magazine subscriptions, according to the Better Business Bureau.
Government, Police & Fire
The move follows a conservative activist saying, “We have to kill the Claire Bear," at a Tea Party Express event.
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