How a national rules committee could impact Medicaid expansion in Missouri
24th State looks at how the makeup of the National Republican Rules committee could undermine GOP opposition to the proposed expansion of Medicaid in Missouri.
President Obama's push to end tax break could hurt the aviation industry
The Wichita Eagle Blog argues that President Barack Obama is missing the potential financial impact in his push to eliminate a tax break for commercial and private jet owners.
Thoughts on sequestration and airplane travel in Missouri
Show Me Progress considers how several Missouri lawmakers voted on sequestration and what the potential impact could be on air traffic controllers in Missouri.
The Volunteer Health Services Act is back
Show-Me Daily is heartened to see the return of the Volunteer Health Services Act to the Missouri Legislature. The bill would allow doctors with out-of-state medical licenses to provide free health care to Missourians in need.
U.S. Postal Service's proposed clothing line doesn't seem like a moneymaker
Musings From Brian J. Noggle doesn't see the value in the U.S. Postal Service's decision to launch a line of clothing.
Lifting ban on same sex marriage benefits would be a positive step
MO Rage sees another step towards equality with the Obama Administration's decision to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a ban on same sex marriage benefits.
Missouri lawmakers drawing attention for responses to gun control legislation
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix writes that Missouri lawmakers are making national headlines for a series of proposed bills on gun control.