Must Read- April 25, 2013: Missouri Concealed Carry, McCaskill's Empy Chair Interview, Pressure Cookers Pulled

CREATED Apr 25, 2013

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Pressure Cookers:
Williams-Sonoma has pulled pressure cookers from their shelves in respect for Boston Bombing victims.

Senator McCaskill:
Senator McCaskill is part of an investigative subcommittee on financial oversight. Yesterday, at a hearing, she questioned two empty chairs to show alleged malfeasance in the medical equipment industry.

Liberals mock Clint Eastwood talking to an empty chair representing Presidnt Obama at the Republican National Convention.

Missouri Lottery:
Here is the new Missouri Lottery commercial "maggie" promoting Harley-Davidson scratchers.

Missouri CCW:
Greene Co. Representative Eric Burlison has submitted a sunshine law request for records related to the scanning and sharing of personal information of Missouri citizens.

Representative Nick Marshall filed a remonstrance.

Missouri's Attorney General, Chris Koster, says he will not  look into the issue of scanning and sharing Missouri residents personal information because the facts keep changing.

MorfoTrust is the company that Missouri contracted out to collect the data from Missouri citizens.

Author of the week:
Blood of Tyrants reveals the surprising details of our Founding Fathers' approach to government and this history's impact on today.


Marketplace Fairness Act:

 Things we didn't get to this morning:

Kroger may cut hours for employees so they are under the Obamacares new "full time" standard of 30 hours.

City Utilities:
A Springfield woman has been arrested after several threatening emails and a post on facebook about "want(ing) to blow up the utility company."