Monday, November 15, 2021 – Missouri political news headlines

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Missouri Independent: Schmitt seeks texts, emails about metro mask mandates; staffers for urban mayors criticize Sunshine Law requests

This Week in Missouri Politics: Missouri Farm Bureau President Garrett Hawkins on supply chain issues and labor market (2:45), rural health care and collaboration with BioSTL (3:50), why high-speed broadband is critical to health care (5:30), adding real-world common sense to “climate change” discussions (7:45); AMEC CEO Caleb Jones on not running for 4th Congressional District seat (17:00); Hawkins and Jones on qualities required for the next 4th Congressional District U.S. rep

St. Louis Public Radio: Gov. Mike Parson says BioSTL effort could help Missourians get good health care regardless of where they live

Columbia Missourian: Columbia police successfully put down man who shot five outside Vibez nightclub early Sunday morning; Columbia Mayor Brian Treece blames Second Amendment Preservation Act, business owners

Vibez nightclub on Instagram, Saturday 11/13/21: “Sneaky Link Saturday’s [sic]” featuring $0.50 shots, $5 Hennessy & Patron

KRES/KWIX (Moberly): Rep. Ed Lewis (R-Moberly) on constituent service, informing Gov. Parson’s office of local needs

Joplin Globe: MoDOT: Staffing shortages could affect winter weather response

P-D letter: Salem, Ill. septuagenarian reacts to Hawley’s observations on masculinity, mocks senator’s “blue jeans and cowboy boots”

P-D letter: Ladue septuagenarian offers sarcastic praise for Gov. Parson’s desire to help Missourians fired for declining COVID vaccine

P-D letter: Chesterfield septuagenarian says Missourians who decline COVID vaccine deserve to be fired

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