Saturday, December 02, 2017

Show-Me Highway Protester Crackdown And Even More Missouri Legislation Filed

Quick glimpse at some of the more interesting bills put forward this week in the Missouri State House. Checkit:

In yearly ritual, Missouri lawmakers begin filing bills for upcoming session

JEFFERSON CITY * Friday was the first day for Missouri lawmakers to file legislation ahead of the 2018 session - the first official glimpse at old ideas still circulating in the Capitol, and fresh proposals that have yet to be debated. Rep. Nick Schroer, R-O'Fallon, filed 13 bills.

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

We don’t need more legislation against highway protesters. We just need cops that are willing to beat, tazer and if necessary, shoot people who are blocking highways.

Anonymous said...

I say its a good opportunity to test out the snowplows in the off season

Anonymous said...

Better idea is legally let us run over the protesters on the highway without any liability to the drivers. That would help out the problem of people protesting on the highway.

Anonymous said...

All this because one big illiterate dimwit could not follow directions. His family should be financially libel for all additional state, county and city expenses stemming from his actions. They got all that undeserved settlement money and t-shirt revenue.

Anonymous said...

Running over people always solved the problem. Like Gladiator fights in Rome or Lynchings the Midwest & South.