Monday, June 10, 2024 – Missouri political news headlines

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St. Louis Public Radio: Missouri advocates of radiation compensation frustrated over congressional stalemate

P-D: Bill to allow Missouri radiation benefits didn’t get a vote (avoid stltoday paywall by reading Combest-archived version here)

KC Star: Why does Congress introduce bills never meant to become law? Behind ‘messaging’ bills; comments from Sens. Josh Hawley and Eric Schmitt, U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, Progress Missouri’s Heather Donohue (avoid KC Star paywall by reading free syndicated version on Yahoo! News here) Show-Me ‘Slave State’ Declaration By MSNBC Host Joy Reid Talking To Claire McCaskill

Missourinet: University of Missouri Political Sciences professor Peverill Squire on Trump trial political fallout

P-D: May photo gallery: American man punches pro-Palestine human roadblock; pro-Palestine protesters attempt to disrupt Washington University commencement ceremony; urban crime; pothead food club promo; pro-Palestine handicap sympathy campaign; John Rizzo rolls eyes for the cameras; more

This Week in Missouri Politics: Missouri Farm Bureau President Garrett Hawkins talks with Scott Faughn about Missouri Farm Bureau’s mission and PAC (0:30); Mike Kehoe (3:00); working across the aisle and attracting Democratic support (4:45); Andrew Bailey (6:50); Lincoln Hough (9:50); Roy Blunt’s legacy (10:50); health plan legislation (11:30); Panel of government consultant Sharon Jones (D), GOP Rep. Rudy Veit and candidate for Missouri House Bryce Beal (R) on Trump trial (15:15); Kehoe vs. Ashcroft vs. Eigel (21:25); Andrew Bailey vs. Will Scharf (24:00); secretary of state primary (26:25); who won the week: Gov. Parson, mid-Missouri high school students, Donald Trump, Missouri Farm Bureau (26:50)

This Week in Missouri Politics livestream from Missouri Cattlemen’s Association Steak Fry: Adam Schwadron (1:06:30); Shane Schoeller (1:09:00); Dean Plocher (1:12:00); Cody Smith (1:15:15); Crystal Quade (1:18:00); Lincoln Hough (1:21:15); Vivek Malek (1:24:00): Andrew Bailey (1:30:25); Mike Deering on Jay Ashcroft relying on last name and Bill Eigel being “a jerk” (1:36:30); Mike Kehoe (1:37:00); Gov. Parson (1:46:15)

KWTO: All The Above with Garett Bowles: AFP-Missouri’s Camellia Peterson on Dean Plocher controversy and Trump parallels (19:15); Ashcroft vs. Kehoe vs. Eigel (26:30); on-the-ground organizing vs. social media (30:45); top policy concerns she hears when knocking doors (32:15); school choice (35:30); Hawley’s “pivot” on right-to-work (36:30); what she does in her grassroots organizing job (38:30); why “ranting and raving” at elected officials is ineffective (39:30); SB 727 (41:00); AFP gas station events and AFP job opportunity (42:15); plus Bowles on “Pride Month” gayness, NFL teams that refuse to bend the knee, more (click here for Spotify version)

Apple Podcasts: All “All The Above” podcasts

Brad (Hildebrand) & John (Combest) Show on 104.5 FM (WashMo), Friday morning (Segment A): Brad returns – is he weak and gay? Is Ameren Missouri’s solar plan legit or a scam? Are Brad & John handicapped/black enough to get a DHSS marijuana peddler license? Brad vs. John on Andrew Bailey vs. Will Scharf – the Bob Gibson edition

Brad & John Show, Friday morning (Segment B): Justin Hicks’ military record; Ameren Missouri and Honeywell Home campaign to monitor your appliance usage; Ballwin police chief allegedly using police database to creep on hot waitress and others; McCloskeys’ expungement

Brad & John Show, Friday morning (Segment C): St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann live on air discussing the Missouri marijuana industry’s mistake with Amendment 3, plus Ehlmann corrects Mayor Tishaura Jones’ allegation that St. Charles County is “poaching” police officers

Brad Hildebrand’s Westplex 107.1 FM: How to buy political advertising for St. Charles County: Hot AC (Adult Contemporary – Taylor Swift, Olivia Rodrigo, Post Malone, et al.)

Missourinet: State Education Commissioner Margie Vandeven reflects on career

St. Louis Public Radio: Why a drug treatment tool to protect Missouri kids is underutilized in the St. Louis area

Missouri Independent: Slow process of Missouri marijuana expungement drags on months after constitutional deadlines

Missouri Independent: United Food and Commercial Workers International Union successfully organizes kratom workers in eastern Missouri

Missourinet: Missouri Department of Conservation fisheries management specialist Dave Knuth says northern snakehead fish is a threat to the state and a delicacy to eat

St. Louis Public Radio summer intern/University of Illinois coed Madison Holcomb: Activists complain about Missouri prison health care

KC Star letters: Kansas City septuagenarian says Gov. Parson unfair to murderer Marcellus Williams; Independence sexagenarian disagrees with Mark Alford on welfare; Kansas City man baffled by Missourians’ support for “insurrectionist” Josh Hawley (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 and Amazon Kindle (NOTE: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.)

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