Because we're curious about a great many subjects, here's a review of some of the top news links from across Missouri & Kansas. We scissor out the fluff and focus on embracing the hard news. Take a look:
Bi-State Fight Preview
What's next for USDA's relocation to KC? Office sites, employee notification & more - Kansas City Business Journal
The GSA has opened a portal for those working with potential building sites where they will be able to submit applications from July 1-7 to be considered for the relocated offices. Separately, USDA employees have been given 30 days to make a decision on whether they will relocate to the future Kansas City offices.
Show-Me Sancho Guv Legacy
click to enlarge The decision to prosecute Missouri Governor Eric Greitens will likely go down as the defining moment of Kim Gardner's career, and certainly the most dramatic. That decision, which involved a felony complaint sworn by her office in February 2018, has now thrust the St.
Kansas Fights For Faith
Attorney General Derek Schmidt said the decision Thursday by the U.S. Supreme Court upholding constitutionality of preserving a 40-foot cross in a Maryland state park reinforced reasonable recognition of religious symbolism in the public square.The Supreme Court rejected the constitutional challenge to the cross displayed on public property in Bladenburg, Md.
Show-Me Tragic NextGen Stats
In Missouri, children's enrollment in Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program fell nearly 10% over the last 14 months - the second biggest decline of any state after Idaho, according to a new report.
TECH HATES SEN. HAWLEY!!!
Despite its name, Sen. Josh Hawley's Ending Support for Internet Censorship Act (PDF) would make the Internet less safe for free expression, not more. It would violate the First Amendment by allowing a government agency to strip platforms of legal protection based on their decisions to host or...
Kansas Saves College Students
The Kansas Board of Regents pressured state university officials to rethink hiking tuition, and the schools did just that. In-state tuition for undergraduates at all state campuses will be flat or reduced after the regents approved revised rates Wednesday. Though some graduate and out-of-state students will see modest tuition increases.
Pride Creeper Suspect Revealed
click to enlarge MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS A man accused of threatening to commit a mass shooting at the Pride St. Louis festivities is a sex offender with a long criminal record. Edward Terry, 49, was arrested yesterday and charged with making a terrorist threat.
The ongoing legal battle over the last abortion clinic in Missouri is reaching a looming deadline this week. Add Abortion Rights as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Abortion Rights news, video, and analysis from ABC News.
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