Must Read- April 26, 2013: Obamacare Congress Exemptions, Missouri Legislation, Nixon's Subpoena

CREATED Apr. 26, 2013

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Obamacare:
Congressional leaders were discussion possible exemptions for lawmakers and staff from Obamacare.

Todd Akin:
Todd Akin says he regrets making his "legitimate rape" comments and will keep his options open for future political offices.

Flights:
The Senate approved a deal for the FAA to move money to keep air traffic control towers running.

Twinkies:
Hostess has announced the plants will reopen and they will begin to start producing Twinkies.

Bush Library:
At the President Bush Library dedication President Obama says if immigration reform passes it will be thanks to Bush's help.

Missouri Legislation:
The Locke and Smith Foundation reviews the constitutionality of Missouri legislation.

Education Accountability: Modifies provision relating to the duties of board of education.

Makes private businesses that post signage prohibiting weapons on the premises liable for injury or damage to public invitees, business visitors, and employees as a result of such prohibition.

Specifies that the proceeds from the sale of any seized property shall be divided among local schools, the seizing law enforcement agency, and the country general revenue fund.

Eliminates the corporate income tax imposed on Missouri business beginning in 2014.

Enacts the energy compact to return authority for energy regulation to the states.

Specifies that school age children of welfare recipients must attend public school at least 90% of the time in order to receive benefits.

Changes the law regarding local sales and use tax on the sale of motor vehicles, trailers, boats, or outboard motors regardless of whether it was purchased in Missouri.

Ozarks Counseling Center:
The Ozarks Counseling Center provides quality mental health assistance to residents of Greene County and surrounding communities.




 Things we didn't get to this morning:

Gov. Nixon:
Governor Nixon says he will not comply with a subpoena in the case of Missouri CCW permit holder's information given to the federal government.