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Web Producer Geoff Pickle calls for a cultural shift normalizing women in leadership positions.

Bob Hughes of the Missouri Foundation for Health touts the health impacts of a complete census.

Columnist Mark Holmes deliver the latest in his Smart Ways Series.

Dr. Albert Leonardo Jr. welcomes the annual Health Care Champions.

Features Editor Christine Temple gives her thoughts on the midterms.

Missouri Farm Bureau's Eric Bohl says Claire McCaskill made a mistake that rallied rural voters against her during campaign season.

The SBA’s Tom Salisbury says the shopping holiday supports local communities.

Columnist Ellen Rohr: “Set the salesperson up for success.”

Editor Eric Olson picks five spots to recharge outdoors.

Andrew Wilson of Show-Me Institute discusses the potential impact of Proposition B.

Francine Pratt delivers the first in a series of planned columns on poverty and prosperity.

Mar’Ellen Felin of sbjLive: “If we cannot compare and contrast products in a reasonable amount of time relative to the level of risk innate with the purchase, we are burdened by choice rather than buoyed by it.”

Sen. Roy Blunt discusses performance changes to the program based on job retention.

Sen. Claire McCaskill discusses bipartisan efforts in Washington, D.C.

Publisher Jennifer Jackson has a hundred reasons why she cares about domestic violence.

Mark Holmes delivers the latest in his Smart Ways Series.

Google Plus is shutting down after seven years, and Web Producer Geoff Pickle bids farewell.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein tries three beverages from the South American country.

The SBA’s Tom Salisbury discusses the so-called Tax Reform 2.0.

Columnist Ellen Rohr suggests managing by participating with employees.

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