Must Read- July 26, 2013: Christie on Libertarians, Springfield KKK, Pseudoephedrine Poll
Chris Christie Delivers Speech To RNC Image by ktbb.com via mgnonline
Anthony Weiner is saying he had an online relationship with 6 to 10 women while in congress and then another three after he resigned.
- Anthony Weiner details how many women he's had explicit online relationships with. (Washington Post)
- Anthony Weiner falls in the polls as he admits to 3 online relationships after exit from congress. (NY Daily News)
Anthony's wife, Huma Abedin, is now being looked into and how she is getting her money.
- Senator calls for further investigation into Huma's money. (The Daily Beast)
- Huma faces questions about dual jobs. (Fox News)
NJ Governor Chris Christie said that libertarianism and politicians like Rand Paul are dangerous.
- Chris Christie: Rand Paul "dangerous." (Politico)
- How Nancy Pelosi saved the NSA surveillance program. (Foreign Policy)
62% of Springfield voters are against requiring a prescription from a doctor to get pseudoephedrine.
When Governor Nixon was in Springfield he cited we would pay the highest taxes on prescription, but his numbers were off.
- Nixon warns of medicine taxes if bill becomes law. (News-Leader)
The Locke & Smith Foundation analyzes Missouri legislation for its constitutionality.
HB533- Changes the laws regarding firearms
HB278- Prohibits any state or local governmental entity; public building, park, or school; or public setting or place from banning or restricting the practice, mention, celebration, or discussion of any federal holiday
SB230- Establishes Chloe's Law which requires newborn screenings for critical congenital heart disease
HB404- Recognizes psychological stress as an occupational disease for paid police officers of a paid police department certified under Chapter 590 if a direct causal relationship is established
HB351- Changes the laws regarding the licensure and inspection of hospitals
The KKK was delivering flyers in a Springfield neighborhood about the neighborhood watch program.
- KKK fliers suprise westside neighborhood residents. (News-Leader)
- KKK tries to recruit for "neighborhood watch" program in Springfield. (KY3)
A St. Louis suburb released five inmantes because they couldn't afford to feed them.