Saturday, November 6, 2021 – Missouri political news headlines

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St. Louis Public Radio: Eric Schmitt says GOP attorneys general can stop Biden vaccine mandate

KC Star: Schmitt files suit challenging Biden vaccine mandate

Missouri Independent: Missouri first in U.S. for nursing home staff declining vaccinations as federal deadline nears

P-D: ‘Boeing needs a bridge’: Planemaker looks abroad to keep Super Hornet line rolling

P-D: Federal employees union complains about chemicals at Goodfellow Federal Center

P-D: National Labor Relations Board fires back at Missouri Democratic Party in union dispute

The Missouri Times: October general revenue collections rose 23 percent compared to 2020

The Missouri Times: Elm building fire damage estimate at $2.5M; cause still unknown

SE Missourian: Time to ‘fall back’ to standard time Sunday; Rep. Barry Hovis (R-Whitewater) weighs in

SNL: Missouri proposes rules allowing marijuana dispensaries to promote sales events

P-D: Fulton State Hospital wrestles with staffing shortages, assaults

P-D: Judge rules in favor of state, giving lucrative Missouri prison health care contract to new company

The Missouri Times: Missouri regions transition to 10-digit local dialing: What to know

SNL: Parents begin subjecting children to COVID vaccine injections; 8-year-old girl believes getting vaccinated means she won’t get sick

St. Louis Public Radio newsroom intern Niara Savage: Urban officials push COVID-19 vaccine for kids

P-D: No walk-ins or pediatric vaccine appointments in St. Louis County until more doses arrive

Joplin Globe editorial: Mark McCloskey’s language about feds’ vaccine push is dangerous

The Missouri Times op-ed: U.S. Rep. Billy Long: We need to end the vaccine mandate for our military

P-D letter: Frontenac septuagenarian mocks Josh Hawley’s observations on masculinity, suggests junior senator enjoys watching pornography and playing video games

JCNT letter: 33-year veteran of Missouri Department of Corrections: While activists caterwaul about the “painful death” of Ernest Lee Johnson, what about the victims of his savage crimes?

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