Saturday, August 28, 2021 – Missouri political news headlines

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KC Star: Missouri Marine from St. Louis area among those killed in Kabul terror attack

P-D: Afghan military officer who trained in Fort Leonard Wood stuck in Kabul with wife and four kids

Brownfield Ag News: Vicky Hartzler calls for support against Waters of the U.S. rule

P-D: Landlords celebrate as eviction moratorium finally ends; Cori Bush, who organized Capitol slumber party earlier this month, say rent collection is unfair to “black and brown communities, and especially black women”

KC Star: Congressional redistricting: Rumor and innuendo regarding what might happen to Missouri’s map

The Missouri Times: Blaine Luetkemeyer, Ann Wagner back Spire STL Pipeline

P-D: Gov. Parson’s office has no plans to interfere in Todd Richardson’s endorsement of Scott Fitzpatrick for state auditor

The Missouri Times: Missouri’s Second Amendment Preservation Act still standing after judge rejects attempts to block it

Missouri Independent: Judge denies request to block Missouri law invalidating certain federal gun laws

SNL: Judge denies attempt to block Missouri law nullifying federal gun laws

The Missouri Times: Cole County judge upholds health order legislation

St. Joseph News-Press: New law provides pay boost to sheriffs

JCNT: Alcohol-to-go, extended Sunday sales take effect

SNL: Permanent to-go booze, other new laws go into effect in Missouri this weekend

Missouri Independent: New MOSERS CIO one of 28 defendants in Kentucky lawsuit; State Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick, Sen. John Rizzo (D-Independence) not concerned

P-D: Experts tell Ameren to dump the scrubbers, close the coal plant

The Missouri Times: Gov. Parson enacts state of emergency to address health care staffing shortages

JCNT: Missouri under new state of emergency

P-D: Nursing homes already seeing worker exodus after vaccine mandate

KC Star new Washington correspondent Daniel Desrochers: Hawley, long in favor of Afghan withdrawal, now calls on Biden to resign

Hawley Press Secretary Abigail Marone on Twitter: The Kansas City Star is lying about us not responding. Here’s the statement we sent.

P-D letter: Oakville man expresses scorn toward Josh Hawley for not attending college in Missouri

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