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UPDATED: Clean Up In U. City Following Sat. Night Protests

UNIVERSITY CITY, Mo. (KMOX) – They were sweeping up broken glass all along Delmar Avenue in University City Sunday morning.

Around two dozen businesses had their windows shattered late Saturday as a peaceful demonstration gave way to a more violent protest. 437 more words


Senator Blunt: Commonsense Needed on DACA

Washington D.C. (KMOX/AP) – Reaction to the White House’s decision to end Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA). In a statement, Missouri Senator Roy Blunt says, “The young people in the DACA program need a permanent, commonsense solution that will allow them to continue working and going to school in the only country that many of them have ever known.” 103 more words


Sen. Roy Blunt (r): Guess who's coming to town?

Donald Trump is coming to Springfield, Missouri on Wednesday. Senator Roy Blunt (r) is pleased.

On Friday, via Twitter:

Senator Roy Blunt‏ @RoyBlunt
Glad that @POTUS will be in Springfield to highlight economic benefits that pro-growth policies will have for #MO families & businesses…

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Senator Claire McCaskill (D) – town hall in Warrensburg – August 17, 2017

On Thursday morning in Warrensburg Senator Claire McCaskill (D) continued her long chain of open public town halls for Missourians. Close to one hundred people attended and participated in the hour long event. 1,072 more words


Sen. Roy Blunt (r): there are thousands of health care stories

A constituent’s account of her phone call to Senator Roy Blunt’s (r) office earlier today:

Recap of what I told Blunt’s LA just about five minutes ago…

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Talking about health care at Sen. Roy Blunt’s (r) office in Kansas City – July 14, 2017

Again. Like the last six months.

Again. At noon today over forty constituents showed up at the building entrance for Senator Roy Blunt’s (r) Kansas City office at Tenth and Walnut to express their opposition to Trumpcare. 246 more words


On our culture

At noon on Friday, on the corner of 10th and Walnut in Kansas City:

Vote No!

It doesn’t take courage to help the rich…

…but it takes a lot of courage to help the most vulnerable, the poor, the sick!

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