Thoughts on light rail and driving statistics
Show-Me Daily contends that light rail doesn't move commuters from their cars to public transportation.
Poll: Brownback has a 37 percent approval rating among Kansans
The Wichita Eagle Blog isn't surprised that Gov. Sam Brownback has low approval ratings in a new survey from Public Policy Polling.
Why Missouri needs to look at increasing education funding
Show Me Progress is frustrated that Missouri isn't adequately funding schools and teachers.
Defining the three kinds of Americans
Uncommon Courage suggests that there are three kinds of Americans.
Establishing the timeline for Heartland Midwest's construction permit
20 Pounds of Headlines wades through the latest information from the city and Heartland Midwest about the status of a permit application for the work that apparently led to a gas line being punctured and the subsequent explosion at JJ's Restaurant.
Missouri lawmakers should take a page from Blunt and McCaskill
MO Rage is heartened to see U.S. Sens. Roy Blunt and Claire McCaskill sitting together to try and secure assistance for the Bootheel and hopes to see more lawmakers reach across the aisle in Missouri.
The cuts in Kansas if the sequester goes into effect
The Wichitopekington looks at the cuts that will go into effect in Kansas if automatic budget cuts are triggered on Friday.
Missouri House Budget Committee begins budget talks
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix writes that the Missouri House Budget Committee has begun to work through the budget with bills scheduled to make it to the floor at the end of March.