Let’s be honest, Cora was a lot. She had more potential, as much just plain raw political talent as anyone around Missouri politics. She was oftentimes the smartest person in most of the rooms I was in with her.
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"Unfortunately, Congress is currently considering legislation that would allow politicians to fix the prices of Medicare patients’ prescription medications."
The truth is, nothing in HB 1584 prohibits local governments, private business or property owners from paying for the installation, maintenance and operation of electric vehicle (EV) charging stations. The state will be receiving millions of dollars to build out EV charging stations and HB 1584 in no way restricts the use of these funds.
Every industry experiences the loss of bright young stars who leave this world too soon. The causes might be natural or self-inflicted or accidental.
If Cora Faith Walker – God rest her beautiful soul – was the first young political death you’ve been close to, consider opening yourself up to the knowledge of those who have lived through this type of loss before.
"Instead of defunding the police, my SB 678 ensures the Kansas City Police Department receives the level of funding it needs to keep our community safe."
"With the State of the State speech delivered, I reckoned that your ol’ hillbilly pal would sit down here at the farm and give you a few observations on the first few days of session."
Science is something done completely unbiased, unemotionally, with the goal of eliminating all bias and building a conclusion based solely on logic and reason.
I asked our readers, reporters, subscribers, and some former legislators to give us their perspectives on who came out of this historically bizarre session a winner.
The first regular session of the 100th Missouri General Assembly was primarily defined by infighting among Republicans — and that came to a head during…
For as long as man has been measuring the Missouri River, the stretch flowing through northwest Missouri has never been this high. The third week…