Sunday, November 26, 2023 – Missouri political news headlines

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Fox News: Claire McCaskill declares Trump ‘more dangerous’ than Hitler, Mussolini

The Hill: Trump ‘more dangerous’ than Hitler, Mussolini: McCaskill archives: Search tag: old people complaining about modern society

Politico: USDA is giving some farmers an ultimatum: Grow hemp or marijuana; Missouri shut down hemp licensing program (link via Eapen Thampy on X)

Kansas City Beacon: How much can local government tax weed? Legal fights brew over Missouri cannabis rules (link via

104.5FM (Washington): Instagram reel: Brad Hildebrand and John Combest on St. Louis City’s marijuana tax incompetence

SNL: Many groups support abortion in Missouri, but no single petition has unanimous backing

The Hill: Summary of Missouri abortion petitions

Washington Missourian: Rep. Kyle Marquart (R-Washington) to host “District 109 Day” at the Capitol in January; Gov. Parson, Mike Kehoe, Jay Ashcroft, Vivek Malek invited to speak; local high schools choirs will sing

P-D editorial: AG Andrew Bailey again shows he sees his job as culture warrior, not Missouri’s lawyer

JCNT editorial: Apprenticeship efforts clearly working for state

JCNT op-ed: Jefferson City News Tribune Editor Gary Castor: We’re looking for “three or four” people to join our Reader Advisory Board Rise Of ‘Ghost Newsrooms’ Already Underway In Kansas City

P-D’s Tony Messenger: A St. Louis man is pushing for Narcan on US flights. Will Congress agree? 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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