Kobach sees immigration legislation in Missouri as tied to August primary
The Wichita Eagle Blog notes that Missouri Secretary of State Kris Kobach believes that the GOP primary on August 7 could determine whether immigration legislation will move forward in Missouri.
GOP needs to work to implement Affordable Care Act
MO Rage argues that it's time for Republican lawmakers in Washington D.C. and Jefferson City to begin working to help implement the Affordable Care Act.
What it means that the individual insurance mandate was ruled a tax
Show-Me Daily assesses the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling to uphold the Affordable Care Act's insurance mandate and what it means that the court considered it a tax.
The 2012 Farm Bill has too much pork
24th State has harsh criticism for the 2012 Farm Bill, arguing that it needs to be severely cut back.
The rhetoric of class warfare isn't helping anyone
The Turner Report is tired of class warfare with regard to how its impacting schools and the economy.
Blunt's take on Affordable Care Act is off base
Show Me Progress strongly disagrees with U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt's reaction to the U.S. Supreme Court's decision.
Missouri Lottery is hoping to make budget goal
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix writes that the Missouri Lottery Commission is hoping to be able to meet a budget that would require it to contribute $288 million to the state's coffers, an increase from this year's $280 million.
Nixon's office reviewing Affordable Care Act decision
PoliticMo notes that Gov. Jay Nixon stated Thursday that his office will review the U.S. Supreme Court decision to determine what it means for health care in Missouri.
Should Mizzou spend sports revenue outside of the athletic department?
Missourinet wonders if some of the revenue brought in by the athletic department at the University of Missouri shouldn't be earmarked for academics or improvements in other areas of the school.