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Here’s how to get your Missouri Ballot for Nov. 6

Looking for a sample ballot specific to your city for the Nov. 6, 2018 election? Check out our link below. It’s easy: just put in your address and you’ll see the ballot. ...

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Medical Marijuana: Amendments 2 & Proposition C

Missourians will go to the polls Tuesday and for the first time, face three ballot questions about medical marijuana. To be clear, none of these questions on the ballot involve recreational use ...

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Marijuana Amendment 3: Why you should vote ‘NO’

There is considerable debate over the medical benefits of medical marijuana. Metro Voice understands that debate even extends to the Christian and conservative communities. Reasonable people can disagree. This article is about Amendment 3 ...

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Vote ‘NO’ on Amendment 1: Clean Missouri is dirty

Amendment 1 is designed by one liberal Democrat, supported by radical billionaire George Soros, and allows one partisan person to gerrymander the entire state all while taking away the privacy of Missourians. This Ballot Question ...

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MISSOURI JUDGES VOTER INFO

For voters, filling in a box for judges is the most difficult and confusing thing. It is almost impossible to know where they stand unless you follow every single ruling they hand ...

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Missouri Ballot Measures

Here are the ballot measures appearing in 2018 general election. Our next article will give our thoughts on each one. Check back later for more info. Amendment 1 [full text]  [Proposed by Initiative Petition] Official Ballot ...

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The new KCI airport will cost more to finance

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Kansas City’s new airport will cost a little more than expected On Thursday, the city council got an update on the project and the new price tag. But the increased isn’t building ...

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VP Pence back in town today

Vice President Mike Pence returns to Kansas City on Friday to attend a campaign rally for Republican candidates involved in some of the nation’s most heated races. A full house is expected ...

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Why Steve West must not win the 15th District

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We’ve all seen the ballots where a candidate has none or weak opposition in a political race. Missouri as well as Clay County’s Republican leadership failed their Missouri voters in general and Republican ...

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School computer science gets boost from Gov. Parson

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Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has signed a bill to allow high schoolers to apply a computer science credit toward math, science or practical art credits needed for graduation. Parson signed the bill ...

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Earthquake in Southern Missouri not the ‘Big One’

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It wasn’t the “big one” but residents are still cleaning up after a 2.3 magnitude earthquake struck just north of Centerville, Missouri, Sunday evening the Missouri Geological Survey reports. Centerville is about two ...

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Fall foliage colors delighting midwest residents

Everyone’s talking about it. The fall colors seem more vibrant this year than in recent memory. Trees around the region have exploded into a dazzling array of reds, oranges, yellows and even ...

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McCaskill turns on former allies, faces crazy claims

Even Republicans are dismissing claims by a St. Louis Democratic State Representative that Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) is a white nationalist. But, elections are said to bring out the worst in people. ...

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Ozark, MO man central to spaceflight program

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Although he never left the ground, an Ozark, Missouri man had a front row seat to the glorious history of American spaceflight. While the astronauts got all the attention, thousands of technicians ...

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Pence returns to stump for Republicans

Keeping up pressure on Democrats, Vice President Mike Pence returns to the area to help close the deal in the eyes of voters. Pence will be joined by Missouri Attorney General Josh ...

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Missouri makes list of world’s most intriguing places

What do Missouri, Tel Aviv and and Kyoto, Japan all have in common? Top places to visit, that’s all! The nation’s leading business newspaper has listed them as must sees for travelers. ...

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Fueling safer roads in Missouri

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When the Missouri Department of Transportation conducted an extensive study of roads and bridges, including the Buck O’Neil bridge in Kansas City several years ago, the inspection revealed a laundry list of ...

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For Steven Curtis Chapman, it’s personal

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Most of our memories are connected in one way or another to music. Remember when you took your car out for your first solo ride, the radio blaring? Slow danced with someone ...

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Here’s your new bicentennial Missouri license plate

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Are you ready for your new Missouri bicentennial license plates?  You’ve may have already seen some as they started appearing on vehicles Oct. 15. Missouri drivers are supposed to receive the new ...

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Feedlot expansion near Powell Gardens halted temporarily

A state commission on Tuesday temporarily halted the expansion of a cattle feedlot near Johnson County Missouri’s Powell Gardens. The future of the agribusiness is now in the hands of the Missouri ...

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Amazon and Whole Foods to put squeeze on local grocers

Area neighborhood grocery stores have a new competitor to contend with. The Kansas City Business Journal reports that Amazon is expanding its Prime Now grocery delivery service Wednesday to 10 new cities, ...

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Famed Branson violinist returns to stage after fire

Famed violinist Shoji Tabuchi, who’s become a staple of the Branson performance scene, will start performing for the first time since his theater was shuttered last year due to fire damage. It’s ...

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After tweet trouble Bette Midler tweets for McCaskill

Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill has been forced to bring in the heavy hitters in American politics. The incumbent Senator on Sunday received support from a powerhouse of foreign and domestic policy, an ...

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Hyperloop between Kansas City and St. Louis possible?

Virgin Hyperloop One has announced the results of a feasibility study on a planned route connecting Kansas City, Columbia and St. Louis. The study, which has yet to be published in full, purports that ...

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Missourians to practice earthquake drill Thursday

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The Missouri Statewide ‘ShakeOut” earthquake drill is taking place on Thursday. The state has the record of the 9th most powerful earthquake in United States history. The New Madrid earthquake was so ...

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