TWMP Column: Treasurer Selection Day/Ray Wagner to AG Office
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The Missouri Automobile Dealers Association (MADA) have endorsed current Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe in his bid for governor in 2024.
Kehoe now has 11 early endorsements as the lone GOP candidate that has officially announced a bid for Governor. Kehoe's endorsements include the Missouri Fraternal Order of Police, Missouri Soybeans and the Missouri Cattlemen's association.
To end the #F150CampaignTour I drove by the Jim the Wonder Dog Museum and then dropped into Bud’s Cafe to see what folks in Saline thought about Trump.
According to the federal state drought tracker, around 50% of Missouri is experiencing a moderate drought with over half of that 50% experiencing a severe drought. The drought spreads from Oregon to Boone Counties, covering a vast swath of the state.
The report details many different parts of Missouri’s economic growth. The most intriguing number might be the one for seasonally adjusted unemployment rate. The rate this month is at 2.8% which is down from May's rate of 3.1%.
988 is a national initiative, simplifying and improving the services of the previous National Suicide Prevention hotline. 1-800-273-8255, the previous hotline number, will continue to function and both numbers will connect callers to the same services.
The Democrats are seeking to clear up confusion that has arisen since the signing of Attorney General opinion No. 22-2022, which outlawed abortion in Missouri with the exception of medical emergencies.
Specifically, the bill mandates that school districts and charter schools will have to adopt a policy that makes the process for enrolling in virtual courses similar to that of enrolling in in-person courses.
"The issue at hand in the legislature these many years, what was the fundamental question? Is it right for eminent domain to be used for private gain? Farmers, ranchers and landowners will unequivocally say that is not right," Garret Hawkins, president of the Missouri Farm Bureau, said.