The Show-Me Report: December 29, 2014

Post-Dispatch: Protester who advocates peace charged with setting fire at Berkeley QT

LA Times: Well-known Ferguson activist charged with arson, burglary

KMOV: Ferguson business owners take boards down, hopeful for future

St. Joseph Post: Mo. police violence protest march ends, closes monument

News-Tribune: Ferguson police spokesman suspended after remark

Post-Dispatch: Missouri unlikely to join GOP-led states expanding Medicaid

Jefferson County Penknife: JeffCo Court Stunt?

Kansas City Star: Campaign pursues a Missouri tobacco tax increase for early childhood health and education

Post-Dispatch: Campaign pursues a Missouri tobacco tax increase

Lee’s Summit Journal: Rep. Grisamore’s son hurt in attack

The Missouri Times: Rep. Grisamore’s son home from hospital

Connect Tri-States: School transfers a priority for lawmakers

Kansas City Star: Lawmakers: Missouri student transfer issue unresolved

Ozark Area Network: Congressman Smith Praises Extension of Tax Code

Ozark Area Network: Missouri Lawmakers Uncertain About Budget Powers

Kansas City Star: New Hampshire senator to speak to MO Republicans in KC

Kansas City Star: Missouri at center of highway guardrail safety debate

News-Tribune: Republicans woo McCaskill, other moderates

Post-Dispatch: Dooley reflects on 36 years of public service

Kansas City Star: TheChat: John Diehl OKs campaign disclosure law

Fox 2: Recount of the St. Louis County Executive race raises ballot integrity questions

The Missourian: Legislators propose bills addressing law enforcement standards and community relations

The Show-Me Report: December 29, 2014