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Letter to the Editor: Why I’m fighting for faith on campus

By State Representative Hannah Kelly, 141st District Even if you’ve never sworn to uphold it, you’re probably familiar with the oath of office we each take in the General Assembly. It begins “I do solemnly swear, or affirm, that I will support the Constitution of the United States and of the state of Missouri, and faithfully

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Brunner courts evangelicals in new radio ad

ST. LOUIS – Businessman and Republican gubernatorial candidate John Brunner has released his first ad of the 2016 election season Monday. In the ad, his wife, Jan, touts his religious conviction and kindheartedness. Jan first begins by emphasizing her husband’s private sector experience as a business owner and his time in the service as a Marine, describing


Religious leaders declare opposition to Right-to-Work

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Led by St. Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson, a group of interfaith religious leaders announced over the weekend their opposition to Right-to-Work legislation. The Interfaith Partnership of Greater St. Louis, an organization that encourages partnership and collaboration between all religions in the St. Louis region, released a statement on Friday in which