Sunday, January 30, 2022 – Missouri political news headlines

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P-D: How Jefferson County turned from safe Democratic area to GOP stronghold; 2016 U.S. Senate runner-up Jason Kander (D) declines phone interview

One America News Network: Video: RINOs, their consultants and Democrats are trying to skew Missouri’s redistricting maps to favor the Democrat Party; Interview with Sen. Bob Onder (R-Lake Saint Louis) on Blaine Luetkemeyer and Palm Strategic

Salem News: Rolla, St. James to share district under new Missouri House redistricting map

Columbia Missourian: From elections to payday loans: Boone County’s state legislators have a big agenda this session

KY3 (Springfield): Bill from Rep. Randy Pietzman (R-Troy) would require sex offenders to wear ankle monitoring bracelet while relocating

JCNT: Three-digit hotline to expand Missouri’s crisis services

JCNT: Recent earthquake activity raises awareness in Missouri Kansas City Star finally discovers constantly protesting tenants group

Washington Missourian: COVID-19 cases decrease in Franklin County

Joplin Globe editorial: Natural gas securitization mechanisms in Missouri, elsewhere are deeply troubling

KC Star op-ed: Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault (MOCSA) President Julie Donelon: Blunt, Hawley should support new version of “Violence Against Women Act”

Joplin Globe letter: Sarah Miller of University City: Blunt, Hawley should support child tax credit extension

SNL letter: Sarah Miller of “Springfield”: Blunt, Hawley should support child tax credit extension

SNL letters: Nixa septuagenarian supports mask mandates, criticizes Eric Schmitt and “Governor Mike Parsons [sic]”; various criticisms of governor, AG

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