Thoughts on violence as entertainment
MO Rage considers violence as entertainment and whether the recent events in the real world will help us reframe what we're willing to watch.
Speaker Jones defends decision to renovate gallery
Missourinet has a response from Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones regarding the recent renovations at the Capitol building and space for the press corps.
Kobach continues to combat illegal immigration with zeal
The Wichita Eagle Blog writes that Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach remains committed to fighting illegal immigration.
Why transit-oriented development may not make sense
Show-Me Daily considers the problems with transit-oriented development.
Video: KC gun show dealers oppose assault weapons ban
The Turner Report links to a news report in which vendors at a Kansas City gun show explain their opposition to an assault weapons ban.
Federal judge blocks Missouri law restricting birth control coverage
20 Pounds of Headlines writes that a federal judge issued a temporary restraining order on a Missouri law that would require insurance companies to offer health care coverage the excludes birth control coverage.
Kobach sees lack of staffing and training as cause of election night issues in Sedgwick County
The Wichitopekington reports that Secretary of State Kobach's office attributes vote counting problems on election night in Sedgwick County to understaffing and undertraining.
Slay signs bill requiring stores to record personal information of used phone sellers
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix writes that Mayor Francis Slay has signed a new bill into law requiring stores to record the names and thumbprint of phone sellers in an effort to crack down on cell phone robberies.