Sunday, February 6, 2022 – Missouri political news headlines

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JCNT: USDA Director Tom Vilsack to visit Lincoln University tomorrow

SNL: Q4 2021 U.S. Senate fundraising totals – including associated PACs

P-D: Schmitt criticizes Jones after mayor’s “#GurlBye” dismissal of domestic assault victim

KSDK (St. Louis): “#GurlBye”: St. Louis mayor and domestic violence victim trade barbs on social media

JCNT: 20% of state workforce would benefit from governor’s proposed minimum wage hike

KC Star: Local teams want sports betting. Will Missouri make it legal?

JCNT: MoDOT pushing cellphone ban after deadliest year for crashes in 15 years

Columbia Missourian: Questions loom over the future of the DHSS director position

SNL: Missouri Supreme Court will hear challenge to Second Amendment Preservation Act

JCNT: State not likely to meet Lincoln University’s land-grant match again

CDT: Liberal activists apoplectic after state Rep. Cheri Toalson Reisch (RHallsville) says Columbia Public Schools “sucks”

Linn County Leader: Legislators renew push to block construction of Grain Belt Express

Washington Missourian: Emissions testing mandate to end in Franklin County this July

Columbia Missourian: LGBTQ students navigate health care gaps in Columbia; Brave stories of how a “black queer woman” and a bisexual woman intersectioning with her disabled identity triumph in the face of “a lot of microaggressions and invasive questions” from doctors

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