Opposition to gay marriage is declining
Show Me Progress believes that the opposition to gay marriage is ending.
Why is Johnson County spending $50 million on its bus service?
Kansas City With a Russian Accent has a tongue-in-cheek look at why Johnson County is spending $50 million to improve its bus service.
Richardson considering throwing his hat in the ring for Emerson's seat
The Turner Report notes that Missouri Rep. Todd Richardson is considering a run for U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson's seat.
Union members protest at Cleaver's office to protect entitlements
20 Pounds of Headlines has pictures and a recap of the protest of nearly two dozen union workers outside of U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver's office in Kansas City.
New health care fees shouldn't be surprising
Musings From Brian J. Noggle contends that only journalists are surprised by new fees to help cover people with pre-existing conditions as part of health care reform.
Poll: Americans want action to avert 'fiscal cliff'
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix writes that the a new Gallup poll shows that Americans are weary of political posturing over the 'fiscal cliff.'
Jones to push economy, energy and education reform on statewide tour
PoliticMo notes that Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones is embarking on a statewide tour to promote his Triple E agenda: economic development, energy policy, and education reform.
Recordings help keep our history alive
Missourinet talks about the importance of preserving voices in order to maintain our oral history and the stories from witnesses of historical events.