William Ray Price

  • Blogs

    May 30, 2012

    Missouri's Cyber-Bullying Law Partly Struck Down by State Supreme Court

    Missouri Supreme Court justices believe legislators went too far with the 2008 anti-cyber-bullying law they passed in reaction to the suicide of Megan Meier. (You may remember Meier as the 13-year-old from Dardenne Prairie who hung herself after a different girl and that girl's mother posed on MySpa ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 25, 2011

    300-Pound Woman's Suit Over Seat Collapse Can Go to Trial, Missouri Supreme Court Finds

    Jeanne Moore sued over a Ford Explorer seat that collapsed due to her weight and a crash.​Jeanne Moore, a 300-pound St. Louis County woman who was left a paraplegic after a 2005 car crash, should have the right to bring her lawsuit against Ford Motor Company to trial, the Missouri Supreme Court ru ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 8, 2010

    Sinquefield Gives $200,000 to Politician Who Ran Unopposed, Wants to End State Income Tax

    Tilley: Young power broker has Sinquefield to thank for part of his fortune. ​Last Tuesday, financier Rex Sinquefield won the first round of an effort to rid St. Louis and Kansas City of income taxes. On Wednesday, the man whose million of dollars in campaign contributions are transforming Missour ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 4, 2010

    Missouri Chief Justice: "Tough on Crime" is not "Smart on Crime"

    Justice Price: Don't throw the book at criminals, read it to them.​The chief justice for the Missouri Supreme Court, William Ray Price Jr., delivered his "State of the Judiciary" speech to the General Assembly yesterday. Price used the time to berate legislators over laws they've made that incarce ... More >>

  • News

    June 20, 2001

    The Health (Club) Menace

    Competition is healthy for the marketplace -- except when the government tips the scales

  • News

    June 14, 2000

    Where the Sun Don't Shine

    Missouri's Sunshine Law guarantees open government for all. Trouble is, prosecutors don't enforce it and legislators won't fix it. Just ask the folks fighting City Hall.

  • News

    March 29, 2000

    What about Bob?

    Drug courts save lives and save money. That's not good enough for St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch.