Will Dems refuse to get off the high speed rail train in California?
Axiom Strategies wonders if Democrats will continue to push for high speed rail in California rather than admit that budget issues should table the project.
Analyzing Hartzler, Hensley's response to U.S. Olympic uniforms
Show Me Progress notes how U.S. Rep. Vicky Hartzler and Democratic challenger Teresa Hensley's responses differed to the news that the U.S. Olympic uniforms were made in China.
Roberts looking to end deduction for medical marijuana
The Wichita Eagle Blog notes that U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts introduced a bill last week that would prevent medial marijuana from being treated as a medical expense when determining food stamp eligibility.
Thoughts on big banks and regulation
MO Rage considers the recent history of large banks and wonders what has to happen for more stringent regulations to be passed.
KC voters should evaluate sales tax when thinking about downtown streetcar plan
Show-Me Daily eyes the downtown streetcar proposal and whether or not a sales tax is the best way to fund any potential projects.
Koster focuses on his experience as a prosecutor while campaigning
PoliticMo writes that Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster touted his work as a prosecutor during a recent campaign stop in Neosho.
Nixon was right to veto liquor bill covering relationship between producers and distributors
Missouri Insight breaks down a recent veto by Gov. Jay Nixon over a bill that would have placed the relationship between alcohol producers and distributors under franchise law.
Brunner's tab for his Senate bid approaches $5 million
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix notes that Republican Senate candidate John Brunner has spent nearly $5 million of his own money on his campaign.