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Hancock and McCreery

McCreery and Hancock discuss elections for president and governor

The Missouri Times’ publisher Scott Faughn is joined by Missouri Republican Party Chairman John Hancock and Rep. Tracy McCreery, D-St. Louis, do discuss the race for president between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump after each of their conventions. They also discuss the Republican gubernatorial primary, the strategy for the GOP going forward in the race, and who stacks up


Medical marijuana dies, budget, and losing Sen. Vogel

Rachael Herndon fills in for Scott Faughn, hosting this week’s #moleg podcast with guests Abram Messer of the Missouri Family Network, Brian Grace of the Dentons Group, Democratic St. Louisian Rep. Gina Mitten, Republican from Union Rep. Paul Curtman, and Farmington Republican Rep. Kevin Engler, who discuss SJR 39, medical marijuana, the loss of Sen.


SJR 39, concealed carry, abortions, and St. Louis County elections

Rep. Ron Hicks, R-St. Peters, Rep. Lauren Arthur, D-Kansas City and lobbyist Jay Hahn were guests on the #moleg podcast this week. They discussed the SJR 39 hearing, concealed carry, abortion, the elections investigation in St. Louis County, medical marijuana and paycheck protection.   RELATED: With Hicks’ support, SJR 39, likely to pass Emerging Issues


Paycheck protection, telehealth, and more

Missouri Times’ publisher Scott Faughn is joined by House Minority Leader Jacob Hummel, House Transportation Committee Chairman Glen Kolkmeyer, and Rep. Keith Frederick to discuss paycheck protection legislation, the controversial SJR39’s arrival in the House, the gas tax, telehealth, campaigns and more. The podcast is recorded live each Thursday from the Capitol and available in


Ladder safety, filibuster, and returning donations

This week’s #moleg podcast was recorded in Northeast Missouri’s own Sen. Brian Munzlinger’s office, where Missouri Times’ publisher Scott Faughn was joined by the Senator himself, Rep. Jeremy LaFaver, Jacque Bardgett, and Brian Grace. The five discuss the Senate after last week’s record-breaking filibuster, Ladder Safety Awareness, the presidential primary, calls for gubernatorial candidate Eric