Must Read- Dec. 3, 2013: Obamacare Cheerleaders, Boeing Special Session, MO Food Stamps
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11-year-old Madison Root was trying to sell mistletoe to help raise money for her braces. She was told to stop by police, but they told her she could beg for the money.
- Girl, 11, told not to sell mistletoe, but begging is fine. (KATU)
- Girl banned from selling mistletoe in park to raise money for her braces- but told she can beg. (Daily Mail)
- Hundreds of orders pour in for girl banned from selling mistletoe. (KATU)
A Colorado woman was arrested for cutting hair without a license. Did we mention she did it topless? But that had nothing to do with the arrest.
- Woman accused of offering topless hair-styling service is arrested... for not having a cosmetology license. (Daily Mail)
A writer for the Weekly Standard tags along with two female Obamacare supporters as they go door-to-door. He writes about his observations.
- Hard Sell: Going door-to-door for Obamacare. (The Weekly Standard)
Prostitutes are backing Obamacare. They say it is hard to get insurance because of their profession.
- Legalized prostitutes at Nevada's Bunny Ranch back Obamacare. (CBS Las Vegas)
- At least someone's happy! Nevada's legal prostitutes say they can finally get health insurance thanks to Obamacare but the brothels' owner says it will cost him a fortune. (Daily Mail)
- "Healthy Ho's Party:" Obamacare registration drive for prostitutes. (News Busters)
A cancer patient who appeared on Fox News to talk about his experience with Obamacare says he is now being audited by the IRS.
- Cancer patient who says he lost insurance because of Obamacare now being audited by the IRS. (Fox News)
- Cancer patient and Obamacare critic says he's being audited by IRS. (CNS News)
A hacker is saying that he can tell that there was no security measure put on healthcare.gov
Boeing Special Session:
A special session started Monday, called by Governor Nixon, to work on special tax breaks to entice Boeing to move to Missouri.
- Republicans cautious on Boeing tax breaks as special session convenes. (St. Louis Business Journal)
- Missouri starts session focused on Boeing incentives. (KOMO)
- Outrageous: after denying you tax cuts, state officials return Monday to give Boeing one instead. (Show-Me Institute)
Missouri Food Stamps:
The number of people signing up for food stamps has dropped in Missouri 3.3 percent since new changes began in July.
- MO food stamps rolls drop with less in-person help. (KSPR)
- Missouri's food stamp rolls drop as state slashes in-person help. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)