New York’s Mayor, Bill De Blasio, announced their schools will no longer serve meat at lunch on Monday because of greenhouse emissions, the Bolivar police department are defending their decision to search the room of a man with stage 4 pancreatic cancer, and more. Read all of the stories Nick Reed talked about here…
Low-Income Housing Tax Credits in Missouri:
Former Governor Greitens ended the tax credit program in 2017 because he wanted reform. When Parson entered the office he asked for reform as well. It has passed the senate in Missouri, now it sits in the house.
- Low-income housing tax credits closer to being revived. (News-Press Now)
There is another push inside Missouri government to increase the state gas tax by 10 cents.
Nancy Pelosi said that it’s “not worth” impeaching President Trump. She is right because the Senators who are running for President on the Democrat ticket don’t want to have to be on record to vote on an issue like this.
The Bolivar Police department is speaking out after the searched the hospital room of a man with stage 4 pancreatic cancer.
- Bolivar stands by its officers. (Bolivar Free Press)
- Bolivar police search cancer patient’s bags for marijuana in viral video. (News-Leader)
- Bolivar’s CMH says four employees reported smelling marijuana before search. (KY3)
In order to save the planet, the New York Mayor announced that they will no longer serve meat to kids in school on Mondays- starting next school year.
A woman at a restaurant took a baby from it’s families table and sits down at her table with it.
- Woman’s baby snatched at restaurant. (Harrison Daily)
Patients in the United Kingdom are 4 times more likely to die than in the United States as the number of patients waiting for surgery has hit an all time high.
- U.K.’s Healthcare Horror Stories Ought To Curb Dems’ Enthusiasm For Single-Payer. (Forbes)
- NHS operation waiting lists reach 10-year high at 4.3m patients. (The Guardian)
- NHS death rates four times higher than US. (Daily Mail)
Things are so bad in this socialist country that people are turning to the sewer lines to get water.