Kelley believes teachers' gun bill will pass Kansas House
The Turner Report writes that state Rep. Mike Kelley believes the bill he proposed that would allow teachers to carry concealed weapons will pass the Kansas House.
Who might be selected to replace Lt. Gov. Kinder?
Tony's Kansas City looks at potential picks to replace Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder.
KanCare still finding its footing in the early going
The Wichita Eagle Blog notes that KanCare is off to a rocky start in 2013.
Why you might not have to spend money to make money
Show-Me Daily considers the idea of spending money to make money in light of tax credits for a St. Louis developer.
Missouri and Kansas pols react to President Obama's stance on guns
20 Pounds of Headlines writes that local and federal lawmakers from Missouri and Kansas have begun to debate President Barack Obama's stance on gun control. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix writes that reactions were split along party lines.
Courts got it right in two local cases
MO Rage is pleased by two recent court decisions, the appeals court that turned down Clay Chastain's light rail petition and the court that will allow a man to sue the Kansas City Royals.
Gun control debate shows the need for civility
The South Kansas City Observer is frustrated that we can't stop arguing over guns long enough to have a discussion.
Missouri House passes on smoking ban in legislative offices
PoliticMO notes that the Missouri House declined to ban smoking in legislative offices.