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Mon January 30, 2012
Top Of The Morning News: Monday, January 30, 2012
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- High Speed Health Care
- Lawmaker Seeks To End Death Penalty in Missouri
High Speed Health Care
As Google starts to install its high speed internet network in Kansas City, local health groups are beginning to weigh in on what the project could mean for health care. W hat if when you’re sick and need to see the doctor, you could just log on to your home computer for a virtual visit, instead of going to the office? Find out about that and other possibilities here.
Lawmaker Seeks To End Death Penalty in Missouri
Legislation has been filed in theMissouri House that would abolish the death penalty. If the bill becomes law, any pending executions in Missouri would be halted, and all inmates sentenced to death would be re-sentenced to life without probation or parole. It’s sponsored by State Representative Penny Hubbard (D, St. Louis). She says she doesn’t believe that capital punishment is an effective deterrent. Read more here.