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Primary Election Is Tuesday, August 5, 2014

The primary election is just around the corner on Tuesday, August 5, 2014. The Secretary of State, Jason Kander is predicting that the statewide voter turnout on Tuesday is projected at nearly 1.1 million people, which is about 27 percent of the almost 4

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Claire McCaskill
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Senator McCaskill Introduces Automotive & Highway Safety Bill

WASHINGTON – New highway safety legislation introduced by U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill, Chairman of the Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, is aimed at keeping American travelers safe on the road and holding accountable companies who ignore or violate safety laws.
 
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Oscar I at Whiteman Air Force Base (Courtesy of facebook)

Today In History: 351st Missle Wing Deactives and Signing of Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty

This day in history, something historic happened on a global scale that impacted West Central Missouri. Back on July 31, 1991 President George H.W. Bush and Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev signed the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty

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Senator Roy Blunt
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Senator Roy Blunt Hopes to Assist Children’s Advocacy Centers

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt says federal legislation that passed the Senate in June and cleared the House this week should provide assistance to Missouri centers that help child victims of violent crimes

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President Barack Obama addresses the nation in a live televised speech from the East Room of the White House
President Barack Obama addresses the nation in a live televised speech from the East Room of the White House (Evan Vucci-Pool/Getty Images)

President Obama Set to Speak in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — President Barack Obama is expected to criticize Congress for its inaction during his speech at Kansas City's historic Uptown Theater. He wants to prod Congress to close corporate tax loopholes and take other action before going on summer break this week instead of trying to sue him

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Jason Kander
Missouri Secretary of State,Jason Kander, has been popping in at local libraries to read to children as part of the "Racing to Read" program, made possible through grants from his office. Photo courtesy of L. Swinford

Missouri Secretary of State, Jason Kander, Reads At Summer Programs

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Thousands of Missouri children and their caregivers are kicking their reading skills into high gear this summer, with grants from the state to enrich early literacy programs at local libraries

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Senator Roy Blunt
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Senator Roy Blunt Touts Passage of Authorizing Appointment of Ambassador to the Middle East

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — U.S. Senator Roy Blunt is touting passage of legislation that authorizes the appointment of a special ambassador to the Middle East focused on religious freedom. The Missouri Republican says his legislation received unanimous approval from the U

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Gov. Jay Nixon
Gov. Jay Nixon (courtesy of governor.mo.gov)

Governor Jay Nixon Signs Legislation To Protect Children

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Gov. Jay Nixon today visited Greene County to sign legislation to help protect the health and safety of Missouri’s children, including strengthening child care in the state by implementing a new set of quality indicators for child care providers. T

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Scenes From the Fourth of July Celebrations in Sedalia

Sedalia celebrated the Fourth of July in grand fashion through the day. The celebration started with a parade in Downtown Sedalia, hosted by Terry Cockrell, at 10 am. The parade lasted about a half hour and ended in time for the Good Ole Fashioned Fourth of July Celebration at Centennial Park in Sedalia

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Two Missouri August Election Issues Criticized

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri court hearing has been scheduled for Tuesday on a challenge to the ballot summary and cost estimate for a transportation tax proposal. The Cole County judge set the hearing to occur on the same day that absentee voting begins for the August ballot measure

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