Saturday, October 30, 2021 – Missouri political news

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The Missouri Times: AG Eric Schmitt sues Biden administration over ‘unconstitutional’ vaccine mandate

KCMO (Kansas City): Pete Mundo Show: AG Eric Schmitt on lawsuit regarding COVID vaccine mandate for contractors (2:30), the left’s strategy to keep power as COVID wanes (4:00), FDA’s push for child vaccines (6:00), response to KC Star and Post-Dispatch’s Schmitt Derangement Syndrome (8:30)

P-D: Missouri attorney general sues Biden administration over federal contractor vaccine mandate

KCUR: Schmitt files multistate lawsuit against federal vaccine mandate

johncombest_com on Instagram: This day in 1999: Former President George H.W. Bush speaks at Washington University; University administrators use reality-based language like “guys” and “women”

The Missouri Times: Ann Wagner seeks to expand federal homeless program to help domestic violence victims

The Missouri Times: Missouri cities, universities seek cash from federal economic development program

P-D: Gunshots interrupt press conference on crime held by St. Louis, Kansas City mayors; Tishaura Jones, Quinton Lucas blame Missouri state legislators for urban behavior

KC Star: Gunshots heard as mayors of KC and St. Louis speak at violence prevention event; liberals wear masks outdoors

SE Missourian: Rep. Wayne Wallingford (R-Cape Girardeau), former GOP Rep. Kathy Swan discuss legislative hesitancy on extending Missouri tax credits for filmmaking

Missouri Independent: Osage Nation Indian Tribe planning casino, hotel for Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks; deal requires state-tribal compact and federal approval

Missourinet: Conservation Federation of Missouri urges deer hunters to “Share the Harvest”

Columbia Missourian: DHSS fixes glitch in vaccination data

The Missouri Times: Ameren finds first chief sustainability officer in Gwen Mizell

Missouri Independent: As EPA cracks down on ‘forever chemicals,’ Missouri to start testing drinking water

KC Star’s Jonathan Shorman: Missouri GOP Senate candidates lure voters in KC with hard-right talk, impressions; Analysis and criticism of Vicky Hartzler, Billy Long and Mark McCloskey

P-D’s Tony Messenger: Update on woman who used illegal drugs while pregnant: public defender asks appeals court to release woman from Missouri prison

P-D letter: St. Louis City septuagenarian speculates that Eric Schmitt will run for president after election to U.S. Senate

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