Thursday, November 23, 2023 – Thanksgiving – Missouri Political News Headlines

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JCNT: Governor, community leaders give thanks

johncombest_com on Instagram: Reel: Thanksgiving message

Columbia Missourian: Ukrainians find warm welcome in Sedalia after fleeing their war-torn country; lithe 28-year-old blonde amazed by strangers’ willingness to buy her “food … they give you a ride if you need to go somewhere …”

Missourinet: 2024 legislative preview: Missouri Chamber of Commerce’s Dan Mehan on next session’s child care tax credit, urban criminals infesting safe areas, law enforcement, more

This Week in Missouri Politics on X: Video clip: Scott Faughn and John Combest discuss Chamber of Commerce Republicans vs. modern right-wing Republicans

johncombest_com on Instagram: Reel: Koko B. Ware and Austin Petersen share wardrobe

NBC News: Abortion rights groups seek ballot measures Missouri, other states in 2024

NBC News: Video: Activists in Missouri looking to put abortion rights on 2024 ballot (link via

Washington Missourian: Missouri Department of Conservation’s early deer data put Franklin County on top

SNL: Here’s how many deer Missouri hunters took in November firearms season

P-D: Missouri hunters have harvested nearly 300,000 deer this year

Columbia Missourian op-ed: Missouri Farm Bureau’s Garrett Hawkins: Tradition plays key roles during Thanksgiving season

The Pitch’s Barbara Shelly: Time Sensitive: Missouri abortion petition efforts remain in limbo (link via Campaign Life Missouri’s Sam Lee on X)

KCUR “race and culture reporter” Lawrence Brooks IV: Kansas City already recorded more homicides than last year; Missouri’s lenient gun laws are to blame

KBIA’s Health and Wealth Desk content creator Rebecca Smith, sponsored by Missouri Foundation for Health: Rural Missouri communities receive federal funds to combat opioid overdoses, neonatal abstinence syndrome 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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