Missouri Political News Headlines • Monday, Sept. 29, 2014

Today’s stories in Missouri politics highlights ongoing hostility in Ferguson, with 8 arrested over night and comments from Governor Jay Nixon from Afghanistan regarding an officer that was shot. Meanwhile, Rex Sinquefield continues his efforts in buying the Missouri legislature by trying to hire journalists to blog for Grow Missouri, a front group working to remove […]

Missouri’s Political News Headlines this Week

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This week in Missouri politics, a lot of focus has been on St. Louis again, with the ongoing Ferguson case, audit of the St. Louis Recorder of Deeds Office, and education issues. Click here for more headlines: http://bit.ly/flip92814

What is Medicaid Expansion?


Medicaid Expansion – Central piece of the Affordable Care Act (ACA, 2009), where state’s would be allowed to expand their Medicaid systems to cover up to 138% of the federal poverty level. The federal government initially agreed to pick up the entire cost of the expanded eligibility, with their share eventually diminishing to 90% of […]

Lulu’s Garden • Baldwin City, Kansas


Today I worked remotely and rode along with my husband, Dr. S. Jason, to Baldwin City, Kansas so we could meet Pam Bramlett, owner of Lulu’s Garden. In his work for Ogden Publications (which prints Mother Earth News, GRIT Magazine, UTNE Reader, Mother Earth Living, and more!) Jason is featuring 715 Restaurant in Lawrence, KS and […]

Candidate Corner: 3 Easy Steps for Following Up

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Going to special events, asking to speak at forums, knocking on doors, and making fundraising asks is now all a very natural part of your world at this point. But one thing that all of these have in common is new contacts and with new contacts always comes new opportunities. Here are three easy steps to follow-up […]

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