Twitter Roundup: Missouri Could Dodge Healthcare Act, Schlafly Expanding

Missouri does not have to accept the Affordable Health Care Act Medicaid expansion upheld this morning if the state is willing to say no to Federal dollars.

Schlafly Brewery is looking to expand using urban farms. Schlafly already grows more than 3,000 pounds of vegetables each year.

Ameren Missouri is partnering with Westinghouse Electric Co., a nucleur energy company, to build a small modular nucleur reactor and compete for $452 million from the Department of Energy.

The Life Science Business Incubation Center in Columbia received $100,000 in tax credits from the Missouri Department of Economic Development.

The SLU Billiken Angel Network is investing in, an Los Angeles-based startup that will turn event photos into social media marketing. SLU grad Brian Merriman founded the company.

The Moberly Area Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the Moberly Area Economic Development Corporation and the Moberly Community College Small Business and Technology Development Center to create a business development program called Grow Mid-Missouri.

European style urban bicycle service Kansas City B-cycle is starting up July 3 and will allow more people to bike to work.

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