Tuesday, November 14, 2023 – Missouri political news headlines

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93.9 The Eagle: Wake Up Mid-Missouri with Stephanie Bell: Americans for Prosperity-Missouri’s Camellia Peterson on helping elect Eric Schmitt and persuading people to vote in primary (29:00); group’s policy priorities and “civility standard” (30:45); top four policy issues for endorsing candidates (37:15); AFP putting legislators “on notice” to support school choice (38:15); obstacles to passing school choice (39:30); getting rid of GOP incumbents who oppose “education freedom” (41:05); how to support AFP-Missouri and get on their mailing list (41:45)

KRES/KWIX (Moberly): U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer on why he voted against George Santos’ premature evacuation

Missourinet: MU’s Peverill Squire: Americans grouse about political system, but re-elect the same people

JCNT: Federal, state officials hold public meeting to discuss flood risks

St. Louis Public Radio: Harris-Stowe to cash in on Biden administration’s “Advancing Educational Equity, Excellence, and Economic Opportunity Through Historically Black Colleges and Universities” initiative; university official hopes EPA partnership will help students tackle “environmental injustice and drives them to advocacy work”

97.1FM (St. Louis): Mark Reardon Show: AG Andrew Bailey on the Vera Insitute, his call for the removal of student visa holders who support Hamas, more

KWTO: Wake Up Springfield with guest host Rep. Bishop Davidson (R-Republic): Local activist Curtis Jared gives his take on the new United Springfield PAC and their objectives, questions why Republicans are teaming up with Democrats

KWTO: The Eiljah Haahr Show (10/31/23): United Springfield PAC Chair Jim Anderson and Co- Chair Terri McQueary explain the group’s goals for upcoming elections

P-D: Missouri House getting head start on budget talks heading into 2024

SNL: Governor donates World War II D-Day map to Honor Flight of the Ozarks

JCNT: Governor recognizes Missouri nurse practitioners with proclamation

Columbia Missourian: Columbia Public Schools students gain social-emotional skills post-COVID; educators see “gradual” improvements after devastating pandemic closings

P-D: Francis Howell School Board delays discussion on keeping boys out of girls’ locker rooms and bathrooms

St. Joseph News-Press: Missouri Department of Conservation issues safety tips as firearms season begins

Missourinet: MDC says more than 90,000 deer were harvested during first November firearm weekend

JCNT: Callaway County hunters harvest over 1,600 deer for opening weekend

Missouri Independent: Missouri may deny meat packer’s request to dump wastewater in river

P-D: St. Charles County Council may oppose effort to bring Latino migrants to St. Louis region

Midwest Newsroom, via St. Louis Public Radio: American Lung Association promotes annual report on lung cancer cases by state

Columbia Missourian’s Darkow cartoon: No-Choice Jay Ashcroft John Combest: Stalking, Harassment, Internet Trolling: A Guide to Recovering and Rebuilding After Online Attacks – available in paperback and Amazon Kindle

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