Show-Me AG Threatening KCPD With Legal Action Over Trans Law Enforcement

Angry letters dominate this part of the discourse . . . Here's the latest GOP flex targeting this town . . .

In a letter Wednesday, Bailey went to Graves bosses, the Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners, saying, it is the Boards constitutional duty to enforce the law and ensure that children are protected from these dangerous, experimental gender transition interventions.

"As Missouri's top legal officer, I will take any legal action necessary against the City to ensure our state laws are enforced," Bailey said in the letter.

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