We talked about this last week and warned that it just might kill the new airport.
Now on Monday morning the newspaper is finally catching up.
Here's the money line from the newspaper advocating for greater restriction of movement and threatening a global lockdown without verification . . . Mostly, it's just another effort to slam the governor . . .
"Let’s keep in mind that it wouldn’t be the first rule individual Americans have to follow to protect the whole. It’s not political — it’s about smart public health policy. We all have to maintain car insurance to drive legally, and a driver’s license to prove we’ve gotten some level of training to keep ourselves and our fellow motorists safe. Children are required to be vaccinated before attending public school."
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Gov. Mike Parson's announced Thursday that he will not require Missourians to show they've been inoculated against COVID-19 with a "vaccine passport" - meaning he's deflecting the responsibility to keep people safe onto businesses and municipalities. "If the private sector wants to do that, I'm fine with that," Parson told reporters.