Sunday, July 18, 2021 – Missouri political news headlines

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The Missouri Times: U.S. Senate tipsheet: Where candidates stand following Q2 fundraising reports

P-D: Liberal groups congregate in St. Louis City to protest ballot-security efforts

P-D: Video: Liberals wear masks outdoors

JCNT: Missouri government departments empowered through budget appropriations

JCNT: New statistics reveal cracks in A+ Scholarship program

St. Louis Public Radio: St. Louis on the Air with Sarah Fenske weekly lineup: Friday: College athletes can make a brand and a buck after NCAA changes

Washington Missourian: State Historical Society hopes bicentennial time capsule will preserve the details that make Missouri

KRES/KWIX: Missouri Department of Conservation taking applications to become conservation agent

SNL: Regional China virus update: Nurse cries

KC Star’s Jonathan Shorman: Gov. Mike Parson mischaracterizing federal efforts to raise vaccination numbers

P-D letter: St. Louis sexagenarian says Hawley’s position on vote fraud makes him feel “amazed” and “angry”

P-D letter: Kirkwood woman expresses anger over Gov. Parson’s “lack of care and compassion”

KC Star letters: Lee’s Summit sexagenarian woman fantasizes about hospital cosplay with Gov. Parson involving “three 12-hour shifts … in full personal protective equipment”; St. Joseph man calls Gov. Parson and AG Eric “Schmiitt [sic]” “mean-hearted” for triple-murderer’s case; League of Women Voters septuagenarian complains about Missouri redistricting process

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