Should Kansas students learn cursive?
The Wichita Eagle Blog notes that the latest education debate in Kansas is whether or not to teach cursive in grade school.
Thoughts on campaign contributions and corporate influence on government
MO Rage contends that campaign contributions are giving corporations too much influence over government in America.
Why justice is a long-term goal
Uncommon Courage believes that you need to take the long view when it comes to matters of social justice.
Missouri should model its economic plans based on its hunting licensing process
Show-Me Daily considers what Missouri could learn about economic policy from how it handles deer hunters and hunting permits.
Why Bolivar demonstrates that we need stricter gun control
The Turner Report argues that the foiled attack at a Bolivar, Missouri, movie theater helps make the case for gun control.
Nixon tells Sebelius Missouri will not have its own health exchange
20 Pounds of Headlines notes that Gov. Jay Nixon sent a letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius saying that Missouri will not be creating its own health insurance exchange.
With Hostess closing, what's next for the employees?
Missourinet looks at the economic impact locally of Hostess closing.
Brownback will not reconsider health insurance exchange
The Wichitopekington reports that Gov. Sam Brownback will not pursue a state-run health insurance exchange despite the federal government's decision to extend the deadline for states to apply.