Morning Minutes: Group looks to block Ameren power line, Public sounds off on Rams stadium

All photos courtesy of Creative Commons
All photos courtesy of Creative Commons

Here are today’s top business headlines from across Missouri:

Group looks to ‘right-to-farm’ amendment to block Ameren transmission line

Opponents of a proposed Ameren power line that would run 100 miles from Iowa through northeastern Missouri are using the state’s “right-to-farm” amendment passed last year to try to block the project. Read more

Public sounds off on proposed riverfront stadium

Rams fans and St. Louis residents took turns pleading their cases to the city’s Ways and Means Committee for three hours Saturday at a public hearing on the new Rams stadium. Read more

St. Louis buys $5 million of land to gain leverage in NGA talks

After months, of failed negotiations with Paul McKee, the city of St. Louis has purchased $5 million worth of notes from Titan Fish Two, which includes 46 properties within the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency site. Read more

McCormick buys owner of Broker’s London Dry Gin

McCormick Distilling Co. is expanding into the fast-growing premium gin market with the acquisition of Broker’s Gin. Ltd. for an undisclosed price. Read more

Charter Communications to try video streaming

Charter Communications has launched an experiment into the online video streaming business for some of its customers who have cut the cord on their cable TV service. Read more

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