There are a great many things Missouri Democratic Party leaders could demand . . .
More public safety funding for urban areas amid a spike in crime.
Tuition assistance for gifted minority and urban students who need help with college.
Housing consideration and help as the eviction crisis takes hold.
Ore maybe a statewide focus on addiction given that both rural and urban areas are confronting a continued overdose and substance abuse crisis.
Voters might be inspired leadership and thoughtful statements about issues that impact their everyday lives.
Instead . . .
Historical exhibits dominate the agenda of a party that seems hopelessly mired in culture war minutiae and gamesmanship.
Example . . .
"Missouri Gov. Mike Parson said the LGBTQ exhibit was removed last week because it didn't receive approval from a state board. By that logic, Democrats say all exhibits currently on display should be removed."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
If an LGBTQ history exhibit was removed from the Missouri Capitol because it didn't get pre-approval from a specific board, then every exhibit on display that didn't get approved must also be removed, House Minority Leader Crystal Quade argued in a letter to state officials on Wednesday.