Monday, September 27, 2021 – Missouri political news headlines

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This Week in Missouri Politics: Sen. Bill White (R-Joplin) talks with Scott Faughn about FRA, Medicaid funding, veto session skirmishes, “empty chair” tort legislation; Panel of Sen. Mike Cierpiot (R-Lee’s Summit), Rep. David Tyson Smith (D-Columbia) and The Missouri Times Editor Kaitlyn Schallhorn discuss Down Syndrome infanticide bill, critical race theory, school choice, Eric Greitens and Mitch McConnell, more Kansas City Star circulation numbers continue death spiral

Missouri Independent: Congratulations to us for winning Missouri Press Association awards

P-D: Missouri Supreme Court to hear abortion arguments Wednesday

SNL: Jay Ashcroft wants voter ID, absentee-ballot tampering laws passed ahead of midterms

St. Louis Public Radio: St. Louis on the Air with Sarah Fenkse weekly preview: Midwest Innocence Project and the MacArthur Justice Center choose Caucasoid male for next Missouri clemency campaign (Wednesday); Osage Indians being gifted Missouri land that was lost during civilization process (Thursday); Missouri’s “demographic winter” (Thursday)

Missouri Independent: Missouri agency ordered to pay nearly $200,000 for Sunshine Law violations; Lawsuit was filed in 2009

P-D editorial: Religious exemption provides bogus excuse to avoid pandemic responsibility

Missouri Independent op-ed: Jeff Smith: 2022 GOP U.S. Senate primary as a game of Texas Hold ‘Em

P-D’s Tony Messenger: Mask debate as a game of win-the-jury; Thoughts on DHSS’ Donald Kauerauf, Eric Schmitt, others

P-D letter: Jack Oliver: Missouri lawmakers and Alzheimer’s Association teamed up to support funding for Structured Family Caregiving for patients

P-D letter: Ladue octogenarian tired of college students’ caterwauling about “mental health”

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