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University of Missouri School of Journalism’s Mississippi River Basin Ag & Water Desk, sponsored by Report for America and Walton Family Foundation: Queering the family farm: Despite the likes of Josh Hawley, LGBTQ farmers find fertile ground in Midwest

The Heartlander: Missouri has spent $8.82B of $11.8B in federal COVID-19 funds, state auditor reports

NBC News’ Adam Edelman: Conservatives in Missouri and other states look to eviscerate ballot initiative process

KC Star: 2023 Missouri legislative session preview: Budget, initiative petition improvements, sports betting, gun control, Critical Race Theory and protecting girls’ sports

SNL: Funding for Missouri State University’s Kemper Hall expansion depends on governor, state legislators

Joplin Globe: Missouri Department of Economic Development seeks input on broadband map

The Heartlander’s Michael Ryan: Children as young as 6 attend erotic ‘Christmas’ drag queen show in Kansas City, guarded by police and Antifa

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