Eee gads! The cost of filling up at the gas station is killing our pocketbooks. Record Reporter Heather Anderson asks citizens, "How has the price of gas affected your budget?"
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Kevin Hubbard, Edwardsville A Madison County jury recently awarded $43 million to woman whose husband was killed when another vehicle crashed into their stationary 1993 Lincoln Town car. Ford Motor Co. must pay. The Record asked folks in Edwardsville whether the judgment was excessive.
Natalie Parr Medical malpractice reform so far has not gained enough support in the state legislature for passage this year. Curious about how the doctor exodus affects average citizens in the area, The Record hit the streets, asking, "Has the medical malpractice crisis affected your healthcare in any way?"
Wondering what the latest hoopla is around the St. Louis region? In a random street poll, Record reporter Heather Anderson asks people whether the NCAA Final Four showdown across the Mississippi is in their weekend plans.
Street Q & A: Regarding the Schiavo case, who or what possesses authority to make life and death decisions?
Tracey Pearson, Edwardsville The Record discovered there is no shortage of opinion when it comes to the topic that lately has dominated national news coverage. Reporter Heather Anderson seeks insight from folks on the streets of Edwardsville.
Street Q & A: "Could a judge armed with a concealed weapon prevent tragic courtroom deaths, such as what recently occurred in Atlanta?
Aaron Kuban, Geneseo On the streets of Edwardsville, a Record reporter recently sought reaction on arming judges in the courtroom.
Matthew Crouse The Record asked folks on the streets of Edwardsville, "What is the most pressing problem facing our country?"
Mark Hofeditz, Edwardsville Would you be interested in buying a piece of Busch Stadium? If so, should the proceeds go to charity?
Trisha Maniaci, Edwardsville President Bush has held up Madison & St. Clair counties as Exhibit A for tort reform. Do we care what America thinks?