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The afterglow of session broken down by national pastime

The afterglow of session broken down by national pastime

After the paper toss and the press conferences, we decided a very nuanced session was more complex than winners and losers and decided to break it down by way of the national pastime. World Series for the folks who had outstanding sessions, and missed the playoffs for folks who were on the defensive. World Series

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#molegpostseason: ALDS review with Arthur and Holsman

The Missouri Times’ postseason coverage continues as Royals legislator correspondents Rep. Lauren Arthur and Sen. Jason Holsman interview remotely before and after the Royals’ Game 3 loss to the Astros.   Pre-Game 3 Interview with Rep. Lauren Arthur:   Post-Game 3 Interview with Sen. Jason Holsman:

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Legislative Twitter Correspondent Series: the 2015 Postseason

Major League Baseball proves once again that Missouri is the greatest state in the union as the St. Louis Cardinals and Kansas City Royals finish the regular season as the two best teams in their respective leagues. Of course, having two of baseball’s best teams and two postseason┬áseries leading off this week has respective regional

100+ List 2015

100+ List, Part 11

We have compiled our 2015 list of the 100+ people in the Missouri public policy process you need to know. A few changes have been made this year – media and legislative staff are not included, unless they were engaged as a campaign consultant as well. By no means is this the complete list, and

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Twitter Interview: John Hancock, MRP Chairman

In an effort to provide more in-depth coverage of the ongoing political party conferences, The Missouri Times started conducting interviews on Twitter of prominent party figures. One of the first was an interview with newly elected Missouri Republican Party Chairman and political consultant John Hancock. You can follow the chairman @johnrhancock on Twitter. See the

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