Sunday, June 5, 2022 – Missouri political news headlines

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Lincoln County Journal’s Shawn Singleton: 2022 U.S. Senate race analysis: McCloskeys make campaign stop in Troy; Vicky Hartzler has poor name ID and doesn’t attend events; Eric Schmitt’s mask lawsuits “politically-motivated geared toward his Senate campaign”; other opinions

STL Jewish Light: In a letter, Congresswoman Cori Bush calls Israel’s moves in Masafer Yatta “war crimes” (link via Dave Drebes’ Missouri Scout – subscribe here)

KSDK (St. Louis): St. Louis area leaders driving around with expired license plates while enforcement is down; comments from Missouri Department of Revenues Anne Marie Moy

Columbia Missourian: Weekly calendar: MoDOT public hearing on Hwy. 63 interchange; Library seeking teens for “Pride Month” rainbow art event; “Woodstock” in the park; etc.

Maryville Forum editorial: Missouri teacher crisis requires more than a Band-Aid; Rep. Allen Andrews (R-Grant City) correct to vote against charter school funding

KC Star’s Luke Nozicka: Lamar Johnson campaign rollout: How a typical white racist jailhouse snitch sent an innocent man to prison

KC Star’s Luke Nozicka: St. Louis Prosecutor Kim Gardner knows Lamar Johnson had ‘nothing to do’ with 1994 murder

KC Star’s Luke Nozicka: Why Lamar Johnson’s lawyers say he’s innocent and seek ‘an end to this injustice’

KC Star, 9/25/21: Congratulations to us for winning Missouri Press Association 2nd place award for Kevin Strickland campaign

KC Star, 10/2/21: Congratulations to us and Luke Nozicka for winning “The Innocence Network” award for Kevin Strickland campaign

P-D letter: Man who chooses to live in Illinois calls 2nd Amendment “insane,” wants it “abolished” (get around stltoday paywall here)

P-D letter: St. Charles septuagenarian cheers Kevin McDermott column criticizing Missouri voters, says she wants “tactical” guns banned from Missourians’ “personal caches” (get around stltoday paywall here)

JCNT letter: Jefferson City septuagenarian says Missouri’s annual vehicle driver stops report needs context and keeps police officers from doing their jobs (get around News-Tribune paywall here)

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