Saturday, November 27, 2021 – Missouri political news headlines

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St. Joseph News-Press: Update on congressional and state legislative redistricting

SE Missourian: Area state legislators applaud Gov. Parson joining ‘Open Roads’

P-D: Missouri looks to outsource unemployment call center

KRES/KWIX (Moberly): 2022 Missouri legislative preview: Rep. Chuck Basye (R-Rocheport) on mask and vaccine mandates, voter ID, initiative petition changes

SE Missourian: Officials assessing health mandates ruling

The Missouri Times:  Missouri leaders push for clear labeling of ‘fake meat’

KCUR: Former Missouri Democratic Party chair accuses Schmitt of malpractice for fighting Kevin Strickland’s release Roundup of local media’s Kevin Strickland fundraising and pedestalization

P-D editorial brief: WePay’s temporary decision to yank contract from conservative event none of AG Schmitt’s business

Joplin Globe editorial: Missouri taxpayers should compensate wrongfully imprisoned, including Kevin Strickland

KCUR’s Jodi Fortino: Since the state of Missouri will not be compensating Kevin Strickland for gross injustice, thousands of donors are making sure Strickland has cash

P-D letter: Webster Groves sexagenarian unhappy with level of detail provided by Ann Wagner’s congressional staff

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