This shouldn’t even need to be said, but character matters in Missouri politics. Most in the Show-Me State have long touted their support for traditional family values, faith, patriotism, law and order, and guns. Just before every election, we can count on an endless supply of TV ads, radio spots, and flyers in our […]
HB 334 – Pertaining to Voting – Opinion
Editor’s Note: This article about HB 334 originally appeared at JamesCordrey.com. It has been republished here with permission. “Modifies several provisions relating elections” You can follow the journey of HB 334 here. You can download a PDF of the bill here. This bill was introduced by Representative John Simmons. The bill makes changes to RSMO […]
Fix the Flat. Expand Medicaid.
Note: Updated on July 8, 2020 Frankly, Medicaid expansion isn’t one of the most exciting things to talk about. Maybe this analogy will help: The overall health of our state is riding on those four tires. The one that’s going flat? That one represents the 230,000 Missourians who aren’t able to […]
Absentee Voting: An Option to Consider
Note: This article was updated on May 19, 2020 to provide a useful link courtesy of the Missouri Voter Protection Coalition. OneMissouri thanks MOVPC for their generosity. Uncomfortable about casting your ballot in-person? Consider absentee voting. Because of the COVID-19 crisis, many Missourians may be unable to make it to the polls due to […]
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