Sunday, November 13, 2022 – Missouri political news headlines

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JCNT: Jefferson City area lawmakers weigh in on ballot measures (get around Jefferson City News Tribune paywall here)

KCUR: With marijuana legal in Missouri, mayor says Kansas City should not expect a ‘giant weed smoking area’

JCNT: Missouri courts preparing for marijuana expungements (get around Jefferson City News Tribune paywall here)

St. Joseph News-Press: Employers navigate new marijuana laws

JCNT: Nearly a third of Missouri election administrators new to the post (get around Jefferson City News Tribune paywall here)

Missourinet: New Senate Majority Floor Leader Cindy O’Laughlin (R-Shelbina) on initiative petition changes (1:45), sports betting (3:00), being a woman (3:45), improving cooperation among Republicans (5:55), whether she’ll give up Education chairmanship (7:10), education issues (8:20), improving discourse (9:30)

Columbia Missourian: Columbia Public Schools board to discuss legislative priorities Monday

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Joplin Globe: Planned Parenthood claims vasectomy promo blitz was a success, wants to improve outreach to “male-bodied people”

KC Star editorial briefs: GOP’s “rightward lurch has sent … Josh Hawley and now Eric Schmitt to the Senate” with “(t)heir bomb-throwing approach to politics”

St. Joseph News-Press editorial: Letting the weed industry create Missouri’s marijuana laws is like letting Anheuser-Busch write drunk driving laws

P-D’s Bill McClellan: With Trudy Busch Valentine, the Missouri Moderates come up short; are they doomed to extinction? (get around stltoday paywall here)

Columbia Missourian’s Destiny Muller: 10% of Missouri youths are LGBTQIA+, but rural resources are virtually nonexistent; Bisexual human claims heterosexual students urinated on promotional flyers

P-D letter: St. Louis man says Eric Schmitt, other candidates should stop focusing on national issues (get around stltoday paywall here)

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