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On September 14, the Republican-controlled Senate in my home state of Missouri voted 24-6 to override the Republican Governor Jay Nixon’s veto of legislation that removes the requirement of a permit to conceal and carry a firearm and includes a “stand your ground” provision granting citizens the legal right to defend themselves if they feel threatened. 120 more words

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Lawsuit Claims Voter Fraud in State House Race

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – A candidate who narrowly lost to incumbent Penny Hubbard in the Democratic primary for the 78th district state house seat has filed suit alleging voter fraud. 356 more words

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Black Bear Killing Shines Light on Weak Poaching Penalties

ST. LOUIS (KMOX/AP) – Black bears in Missouri are known to be a protected species.

Chris Keown, of House Springs, was fined just over $200 for killing one, and Missouri Conservation agents are concerned with the weak wildlife penalties. 198 more words

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Urgent Action Needed from All Missourians

URGENT ACTION NEEDED from ALL MISSOURIANS: The Women of Missouri Need Your Voice Today! The Missouri House Budget committee met this morning to discuss amendments to the state budget. 135 more words

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Missouri House committee to examine high school sports association

A Missouri House of Representatives committee will examine the organization that governs high school sports across the state.

According to Rep. Steve Cookson, R-Poplar Bluff, in a House Communications press release, the committee will examine the Missouri State High School Activities Association’s financial practices, compliance with the Missouri Sunshine Law and other transparency policies, student safety and compliance with the organization’s own bylaws and policies. 295 more words

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Missouri House committee to examine high school sports association

A Missouri House of Representatives committee will examine the organization that governs high school sports across the state.

According to Rep. Steve Cookson, R-Poplar Bluff, in a House Communications press release, the committee will examine the Missouri State High School Activities Association’s financial practices, compliance with the Missouri Sunshine Law and other transparency policies, student safety and compliance with the organization’s own bylaws and policies. 303 more words

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