Monday, November 20, 2023 – Missouri political news headlines

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P-D: Photos: Hundreds of pro-Israel supporters rally in St. Charles

Fox 2 St. Louis: Pro-Israel rally held in St. Charles Sunday Show-Me progressives forced to agree with Sen. Hawley’s campaign finance overhaul efforts

CNN: U.S. Rep. Mark Alford: “I would never judge President Trump” for saying some Americans “live like vermin” (link via

Brownfield Ag News: Gov. Parson one of seven Midwestern governors asking EPA to allow state to opt out of program limiting E15 sales

P-D: North St. Louis County Democrats Sen. Angela Walton Mosley and her husband, state Rep. Jay Mosley, owe nearly $1,000 in Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District charges; couple’s daughter, Janay Mosley, seeks to continue Walton political dynasty in Missouri House

Missouri Independent: Missouri pension board rejects push by Vivek Malek for China divestment

Columbia Daily Tribune: University of Missouri System Board of Curators elects Todd Graves vice-chairman; Board approves Veterinary Medical expansion project, funded by state appropriation through Missouri Department of Agriculture

Columbia Missourian: MU School of Medicine launches mental health program for new mothers

SNL: Post-“pandemic,” Springfield Public Schools’ attendance still down

Washington Missourian: Woman reports dog shot on eve of deer hunting season, sets up GoFundMe to pay veterinary bill; Missouri Department of Conservation reminds hunters to be careful

P-D’s Aisha Sultan: Discovering the forgotten adoption option: Foster care

SNL letter: Battlefield sexagenarian disagrees with Shane Schoeller and Jay Ashcroft on abortion, says “children in foster care in Greene, Christian, and Taney counties are … going to be a net cost” to society

P-D letter: Advocacy group White Coat Waste Project commends Sen. Eric Schmitt “for his exemplary work in combating dangerous and cruel animal experiments funded by U.S. taxpayers” 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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