Monday, September 6, 2021 – Missouri political news headlines

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Missourinet: The Sara Walsh interview: Raw, unscripted conversation regarding husband’s death, why she resumed her campaign (2:00), Steve’s influence on her career (5:15), if and how her experience has affected her thoughts about the COVID vaccine (8:30), what she has learned about COVID and its effect on families (14:00), dealing with questions about hindsight (20:00); how she’s doing physically and mentally (21:45), meeting Steve for the first time (27:00), advice for communicating with loved ones (30:30)

P-D: Flags of Valor event: Art Hill awash with flags honoring military members who have died since Sept. 11 attacks

CDT: Missouri’s decision to end federal unemployment handouts nudges some people back into workforce; Columbia businesses still face challenges filling jobs

P-D: St. Louis hospitality sector still pleading for workers amid pandemic

St. Joseph News-Press: Local marijuana dispensaries report good reception locally

Missourinet: Missouri Department of Conservation starts process of finding tree for front lawn of Governor’s Mansion

Missourinet: Missouri School Boards’ Association’s Melissa Randol, American Academy of Pediatrics – Missouri chapter president Kristin Sohl on AG Eric Schmitt’s school mask mandate lawsuits

SNL: A look at companies’ potential strategies and tactics for denying employees’ religious exemptions from COVID vaccines; Insight from MU Law prof

Columbia Missourian’s Ken Midkiff: Hey everyone, it’s my birthday – I’m 80, and the country is getting worse, especially in strong Republican states

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