The recent announcement of the resignation of St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner was certainly welcome news.
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The Senate Interim Committee on Illegal Immigration conducted its second meeting to examine varying aspects of illegal immigration in Missouri.
“This isn’t something that’s dead on arrival, like gun laws,” Roberts said. “It would be one of those compromises on something that they're (Republicans) trying to get done. Then having something that we're trying to get done, as well — that's fair, reasonable, and would have bipartisan support.”
Jeff Roorda, a former Democratic member of the House, has received seven endorsements over the last seven days, including endorsements from the St. Louis City and St. Louis County Police Associations.
The Republican candidates are, Rep. Mary Elizabeth Coleman from Arnold, Rep. Shane Roden from Cedar Hill, former Rep. Jeff Roorda, who served as a Democrat before switching to the Republican party in January, and Rep. Dan Shaul from Imperial.
For Missouri teachers, the app would make the process of reporting armed intruders faster and more efficient. One touch of a button on the app sends an alert out with no phone call necessary.
The Arnold Police Officers Association has announced its endorsement for Republican state Rep. Dan Shaul for SD 22.
The Missouri Fraternal Order of Police has backed Attorney General Eric Schmitt in his bid for U.S. Senate.
Gov. Mike Parson joined with more than two dozen other governors to establish an “American Governors’ Border Strike Force,” billed as a way to combat drug and human trafficking.
Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler said former Gov. Eric Greitens owes former President Donald Trump an apology in her latest campaign ad.