Sunday, February 4, 2024 – Missouri political news headlines

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Brownfield Ag News: U.S. Rep. Jason Smith’s tax relief package benefits farmers and ranchers

JCNT: Fond memories of Jean Carnahan linger in Capital City

JCNT: Dedication of Mel Carnahan bust still on tap

JCNT: Missouri House Budget Committee discusses capital improvements, MoDOT building

JCNT: State of Judiciary on tap Wednesday

JCNT: State employee profile: Department of Mental Health’s Kelli Kemna finds homes for people with behavioral health concerns Kansas City Playlist: Confronting deadly fentanyl epidemic denial: The triple-overdose in KC, drugs coming to Midwest suburbs from Mexico, cartoonish rhetoric – plus Huey Lewis, Third Eye Blind and STP

P-D’s Lynn Schmidt: No, Rep. Bush, the war in Gaza isn’t about ‘white supremacy’ (avoid stltoday paywall by reading Combest-archived version here)

P-D’s Bill McClellan: Wesley Bell, Cori Bush, Eric Greitens, and the man who stabbed a female Post-Dispatch reporter to death (avoid stltoday paywall by reading Combest-archived version here)

SNL op-ed: Renew Missouri board president Dan Chiles: “Our legislature can keep their manure-flavored Kool-Aid to themselves”: join “Missouri Guardrails” and don’t let “Big Meat” cram something “down our throat” again

P-D letter: Wildwood septuagenarian criticizes Hawley over gun control and Jan. 6 riot, mocks “faux machoism” (avoid stltoday paywall by reading Combest-archived version here) archives: Search tag: beta males triggered by discussions of masculinity

KC Star letters: Merced, CA man praises Jean Carnahan for voting against John Ashcroft’s nomination as U.S. attorney general, KC man wants Hawley to apologize for Jan. 6 (avoid KC Star paywall by reading free syndicated version on Yahoo! News here) John Combest: Stalking, Harassment, Internet Trolling: A Guide to Recovering and Rebuilding After Online Attacks – available in paperback ($12.99) and Amazon Kindle ($7.99)

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