Sunday, November 19, 2023 – Missouri political news headlines
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TonysKansasCity.com: Congressman Emanuel Cleaver Joins Israel War ‘Ceasefire’ Chorus
TonysKansasCity.com: Kansas City Guessing Game: Who Will Replace Congressman Cleaver?!?
Washington Missourian: Franklin County to begin vetting candidates; Missouri Republican Party’s Lowell Pearson says vetting process will invite litigation and likely be found unconstitutional
JCNT: Missouri sets goal to expand apprenticeships
TonysKansasCity.com: Missouri State Senator Greg Razer (D-Kansas City) champions trans youth agenda over EVERYTHING else
SNL: Anti-CAFO activist promotes new book in Springfield; discussion panel includes 2022 state rep candidate Jess Piper (D)
Springfield Daily Citizen: Illegal alien gets 10 years for being drunk and racing down Glenstone at 100 mph, killing a man
P-D editorial: St. Louis needs immigrants. Ignore St. Charles County’s unAmerican screed; “the bogeyman of illegal immigration” shouldn’t be “part of the discussion”
JCNT editorial: Thank you for supporting local journalism
P-D’s Tony Messenger: Are public hospitals in Missouri really public? One man wants to find out.
Joplin Globe letter: Webb City septuagenarian Democrat disagrees with Schmitt, Burlison on federal spending
Columbia Missourian letter: High school girl: “As a queer person of color, I know firsthand the suffocation that comes with witnessing our state government strip our rights away, and I plan to eventually move out of Missouri when I’m older.”
Combest, The Missouri Times, 8/7/23: “When you see another ‘transgender heroes threaten to leave Missouri’ headline, don’t just chuckle and keep scrolling. The stories … give us raw insight into why transformers and their enablers make the political and financial decisions they do.”
Amazon.com: 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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