Missouri's Restriction On Medication Abortions Can Continue, Judge Rules

A federal judge has declined to block a Missouri regulation governing medication abortions, although she found that the restriction “has virtually no benefit.” Ruling in a case brought by the Planned Parenthood affiliates in Kansas City and St. Louis , U.S. District Judge Beth Phillips said the plaintiffs had not shown that the regulation “is a substantial burden to a large fraction of women seeking a medication abortion.” The regulation, which was adopted by the Missouri Department of Health...

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Fed Raises Interest Rates, Signals 2 More Hikes This Year

Updated at 2:21 p.m. ET The Federal Reserve increased a key interest rate again Wednesday, which will trigger higher rates on credit cards, home equity lines and other kinds of borrowing. Wednesday's action, which was widely expected, was the second Fed rate hike this year — and the seventh since it began boosting them in 2015. The latest increase puts the federal funds rate in a range between 1.75 and 2 percent. The Fed previously nudged rates up in March. The Fed also signaled that it will...

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SMS and You News Update 05/01/01

Apr 30, 2001

Dr. Xuecheng Liu is one of the world's leading experts on U.S. China relations. While visiting SMSU on April 25th, he spoke about the new U.S. President and the direction of U.S.-China relations.

SMS and You News Update 04/24/01

Apr 23, 2001

Don Hendricks talks with Byron Stewart about Meyer Library being named as a full United Nations Depository.

SMS and You News Update 04/03/01

Apr 2, 2001

Don Hendricks visits with Dr. Sam Dragga, about his visit to SMSU on April 6th, to present a lecture titled, "Invisible Victims: Verbal and Visual Ethics in Technical Communication".

rountree News Update 04/01/01

Mar 31, 2001

This is the latest news update from the Rountree School.

SMS and You News Update 03/27/01

Mar 26, 2001

Sandra Byrd, of the SMSU School of Accountancy, talks with Don Hendricks about the the Low Income Tax Clinic.

SMS and You News Update 03/20/01

Mar 19, 2001

SMS History Professor Holly Baggett talks with Don Hendricks about Women's History Month at SMSU.

SMS and You News Update 03/13/01

Mar 12, 2001

This program continues the discussion about red tape, with Patrick Scott of the SMS Political Science Department.

SMS and You News Update 03/06/01

Mar 5, 2001

Associate Professor of Political Science Patrick Scott looks at the impact of red tape on bureaucratic behavior.

rountree News Update 03/01/01

Feb 28, 2001

This is the latest news update from the Rountree School.

SMS and You News Update 02/27/01

Feb 26, 2001

Assistant Professor of Health, Physical Education and Recreation Janice Clark Young, talks about World Health Day at SMSU March 7th.

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