Saturday, October 16, 2021 – Missouri political news headlines

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The Missouri Times: Quarter 3 2021 Report: Statewides

The Missouri Times: Quarter 3 2021 Report: PACs

The Missouri Times: Quarter 3 2021 Report: State Senate

The Missouri Times: Quarter 3 2021 Report: State Representative

The Missouri Times: What to know about Missouri’s redistricting process

Brownfield Ag News: EPA and Army Corps of Engineers requesting nominations for Waters of the U.S. roundtable participants; Comments from Missouri Corn and Soybean’s Environmental Director Darrick Steen

JCNT: Missouri’s medical marijuana sales hit one-year anniversary

P-D: State supports small groups to address overdose deaths in St. Louis; Wellston woman: “The fentanyl down here is just thick. Thick.”

Missourinet: Rep. Tony Lovasco (R-O’Fallon) says Gov. Parson has gone too far in threatening prosecution in state web app case

P-D: Missouri state government wrestles with computer shortcomings; Comments from Rep. Doug Richey (R-Excelsior Springs), others

Missouri Independent: Rep. Ashley Aune (D-Kansas City) wants Gov. Parson to appoint cybersecurity commission; Three additional lawmaker quotes pulled from Twitter Kansas City Star accuses parent of ‘hate speech’ at Independence school board

The Missouri Times: US Supreme Court rejects Spire STL Pipeline’s motion for stay

P-D: St. Louis Public Schools vaccine mandate update: 120 employees not in compliance, including 44 teachers; “approximately 35” employees claim religious exemptions; all unvaccinated employees have been suspended and may be terminated Kansas City restaurant COVID culture war chronicled

SE Missourian: As active COVID cases drop, county health officials generally reporting new statistics more infrequently

Columbia Missourian: State says glitch with vaccination data reason for decreases in county rates

St. Joseph News-Press editorial: Parents should be allowed to vent at school board meetings

Joplin Globe editorial: Gov. Parson should drop prosecution of reporter

P-D “Up for Discussion” editorial board video series: Editorial Page Editor Tod Robberson, liberal columnist Kevin McDermott celebrate week’s web app brouhaha

JCNT editorial: Missouri Department of Conservation right to study deer exposure to COVID-19

KC Star editorial: KC Public Schools faces a hard call – closing some schools will improve the quality of education

P-D’s Tony Messenger: Missouri has an award-winning cybersecurity team. Why is Gov. Parson calling such work a crime?

SNL op-ed: Brewer Science’s Dan Brewer: Missouri Chamber and their Missouri Tech Alliance help shape America’s future 

P-D letter: St. Louis woman theorizes that blacks “are more likely to have severe complications from the coronavirus because of centuries of racism”

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