Voter photo ID bill passes House, moves on to Senate

A bill which would allow Missourians to vote early, but require photo identification to vote, has passed the House and moved on to the Senate, but only after Democrats harshly criticize the measure. Democrats like the idea of a four-day period in which Missourians can...

Voter photo ID returns along with other election proposals

Members of the Missouri House want to take another run at requiring Missouri voters to display photo identification to vote. The voters would decide the issue. HJR 64 is proposed amendment to the state constitution. If it passes the legislature, it goes to a vote of...

Veteran Congressman calls campaigns “toxic”

A veteran Missouri Congressman says political campaigns have become toxic. Kansas City Congressman Emanuel Cleaver says it’s still exhilarating to file for re-election, but daunting to consider campaigning, which he says has become a very, very toxic experience....
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