Kansas to siphon money out of KDOT for other uses?
The Wichita Eagle Blog writes that Kansas will likely draw funds from the Kansas Department of Transportation for other uses.
Looking back at the politics of 2012
MO Rage reflects back on the shifting political landscape and most recent elections.
Nixon opposes teachers having concealed weapons in schools
20 Pounds of Headlines reports that Gov. Jay Nixon has come out on the record against teachers carrying concealed weapons in classrooms.
Luetkemeyer's ATM bill approved by Congress
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix writes that U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer was able to push through a bill that would eliminate a requirement that ATMs have fees posted via a sign on the machine's exterior. Luetkemeyer contended that banks were being exposed to frivolous lawsuits because the stickers were often removed by would-be scammers.
Koster sees Missouri Legislature engaging in discussion over gun control
PoliticMo notes that Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster believes the Missouri Legislature will take up the issue of gun control in the upcoming session.
How Christmas became an American holiday
Missourinet looks back at the history of Christmas and how it became an American holiday.