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Inauguration Day 2017: Schedule of Events and How to Listen, Watch

WASHINGTON D.C. (KMOX) – Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt is playing a large role in Friday’s presidential inauguration.

Blunt is the chair of the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies, and will make a speech before musical performances including Three Doors Down, the Rockettes and Toby Keith. 435 more words

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US Congress condemns UN

The United States House of Representatives has voted to condemn the Security Council resolution that condemned Israeli settlements by 342-80 and was critical of the Obama administration for not vetoing the resolution. 1,065 more words

International

Petition Aims To Stop Museum Loan for Trump Inauguration

ST. LOUIS (KMOX)-The St. Louis Art Museum’s plan to loan one of its famous works for Donald Trump’s inaugural luncheon, is meeting with opposition from two local artists. 385 more words

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An Update on the Hearing Protection Act

House Resolution 3799, officially titled the Hearing Protection act of 2015, and colloquially known as the Hearing Protection Act or “HPA,” is officially dead. Lest this fact seem alarming, remember that the 114th Congress went into recess over Christmas and a new Congress will be convening in January. 442 more words

Politics

Bannister Federal Complex Goes to Private Developer

South KC Perspective

Bannister Federal Complex Goes to Private Developer

By John Sharp

Legislation that will allow the federal government to transfer the vacant Bannister Federal Complex to a private developer and to fund demolition and the cleanup of contamination at the site passed the U.S. 1,002 more words

St. Louis Art Museum Painting Heading to Inaugural Luncheon

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – A famous painting in the St. Louis Art Museum will be front and center in Washington D.C. next month, hanging in Statuary Hall for the Inaugural Luncheon. 245 more words

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Funding for Bannister Federal Complex Determined Friday

South KC Perspective

Senate To Vote on Funding the Transfer of Bannister Federal Complex

By John Sharp

Missouri U.S. Senator Roy Blunt has requested that the continuing resolution to fund federal government operations now being considered by Congress include funding for the transfer of the vacant Bannister Federal Complex to a private redeveloper and subsequent demolition and cleanup of the site. 205 more words