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Missouri leaders outline true cost of proposed Medicaid expansion

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Missourians will vote August 4 on expanding Medicaid in the state. Although the political ads make it sound appealing, it would come at a high cost to taxpayers, state leaders said. Medicaid, ...

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Kansans for Life warns about mailer falsely claiming Roger Marshall performed an abortion

The Kansans for Life Political Action Committee is warning voters about a mailer falsely claiming that Senate candidate Dr. Roger Marshall once performed an abortion. The mailer was sent by a Super ...

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VOTER GUIDE: Kansas US Senate race

The Kansas U.S. Senate race is one of the most important races for people of faith this election cycle. For Republicans, it may be one of the most difficult to win. The ...

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New political ad attempts to use religion as weapon in 2020 election

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Religion already is being used as a weapon in the presidential campaign, this time to encourage Christians to vote against President Donald Trump. A new commercial argues that the president’s rhetoric and ...

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Ready for mail-in ballots? Neither are most states

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The road to the November 2020 presidential election is already fraught with unprecedented crises and uncertainty. Now comes expanded mail-in voting. The COVID-19 pandemic has uprooted daily life and changed cultural norms, ...

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After endorsing Obama/Biden twice, police unions now support Trump

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Families of police officers applauded this week as the National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO) endorsed President Donald Trump for reelection. It had supported the Obama/Biden ticket in 2008 and 2012. The ...

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Liberal evangelical leader urges Biden to moderate positions

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A Liberal evangelical opposed to Donald Trump is asking Joe Biden to do more to appeal to conservative evangelicals concerned about abortion and religion freedom. The plea comes as Biden has moved ...

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Effort to defund Fort Worth police defeated by voters

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The defund the police movement has been rebuked in the nation’s 13th largest city where voters approved the continuation of a tax that funds the city’s police department. More than 64 percent ...

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Supreme Court unanimously upholds ‘faithless elector’ laws

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The Supreme Court has unanimously affirmed the constitutionality of “faithless elector” laws that allow states to fine or remove Electoral College members who fail to vote for the presidential candidate they were pledged to ...

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Is President Trump a white supremacist and racist?

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This past Saturday, after President Trump’s Tulsa rally did not draw the expected capacity crowd,  (it broke cable broadcast records) Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, of New York’s 14th congressional district in NYC, tweeted, ...

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Niece of Martin Luther King Jr says Trump executive order brings “hope and sanity”

Dr. Alveda King, the niece of Martin Luther King Jr., praised President Donald Trump for signing an executive order to reform police tactics in the wake of several high-profile deaths. “Thanks to ...

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House Democrats push for $1.5 trillion infrastructure spending in Democrat strongholds

WASHINGTON—House Democrats introduced on June 18 an extensive plan to rebuild American infrastructure, calling for more than $1.5 trillion in spending in roads, bridges, public transportation, housing, the “Green New Deal”, proposed ...

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Failed gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams calls on Missouri Democrats to “take back your power”

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Stacey Abrams, the Democrat candidate who still has not conceded her 2018 race for Georgia governor, told Missouri Democrats at their convention to “take your power back.” She was the keynote speaker ...

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Black pastor on Israeli television defends Trump tweets, says American media unfair

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Pastor Darrell Scott, CEO of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, told an Israeli television network that people have selective hearing when it comes to President Donald Trump’s tweets about the George ...

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Missouri’s Tuesday elections will be the ‘cleanest’ ever for voters

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Pandemic or not, many Missouri residents will be voting on local issues in elections on Tuesday. Gov. Mike Parson told those voters to put their personal safety first. “I hope people feel ...

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Rising optimism about economy bad news for Democrats in November

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Americans are famous for their optimism. What does that foretell for the economy and the 2020 election as the nation opens back up? The New York Times recently ran a piece declaring ...

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Groups organize to force widespread mail-in ballots in Missouri, raising concerns over voting fraud by others 

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The way in which Missouri voters cast their ballots this November will change if a growing group of Jewish leaders and other clergy have their way. Not so fast, say others who ...

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Poll: Evangelical support for President Trump remains high

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White evangelical Christians continue to be among the biggest supporters of President Trump, according to a poll conducted last week. Overall, approval ratings have returned to previous levels before the coronavirus outbreak. ...

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Missouri Republican challenger questions constitutionality of governor’s stay-at-home order

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There’s growing discontent among Americans about stay-at-home orders that even some legal experts agree may not be constitutional. That includes Missouri residents who question Gov. Mike Parson’s order. Sandra McDowell, who is ...

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Bloomberg drops out, opposes socialist Sanders

After spending $500 million, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg dropped out of the race for the Democrat presidential nomination on Wednesday. The news comes after a crushing defeat at the hands ...

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Pence welcomes pro-life Democrats to Republican Party

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As the Democrat Party continues to move left, many pro-life members feel they have no political home. Vice President Mike Pence recently said they are welcome in the Republican Party. “Life is ...

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Biden gets primary wins but Sanders takes largest prize

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Senior Democrat, 77-year-old Joe Biden had good primary results in a half dozen southern states holding contests on Super Tuesday, but for the biggest prize he came up a loser. His win came ...

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Exit polls show Netanyahu with big win

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Israel polling stations have closed and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Likud party are set to become the largest party in the tiny nation. Exit polls show Likud gained seats on ...

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Missouri House committee may vote this week on transgender athlete bill

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Student athletes would have to participate in sports based on their biological sex under a proposed transgender bill in the Missouri House. The General Laws Committee could vote on the bill this ...

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Poll shows Gov. Mike Parson with huge lead over Democrat Nicole Galloway

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Republican incumbent Mike Parson has opened a large lead over Democratic challenger Nicole Galloway in the race for Missouri governor. A new poll commissioned by the Uniting Missouri PAC, which supports Parson, shows ...

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