Huelskamp vows to continue to stand up to Boehner
The Wichita Eagle Blog writes that U.S. Rep. Tim Huelskamp is claiming his family will be attacked for his decision to oppose House Speaker John Boehner.
Cheers to the Missouri GOP for picking Martin
Conservatism With Heart is energized by the selection of Ed Martin as the new chair of the Missouri Republican Party.
Ranking the Missouri political figures by influence
Fired Up! Missouri ranks the politicians and political reporters in Missouri ahead of the new legislative session.
Missouri should consider the merits of education savings accounts
Show-Me Daily believes that Missouri should consider education savings accounts as part of education reform.
Missouri businessman wins temporary injunction over contraception mandate
Missouri Record notes that a Missouri businessman, Charles Sharpe, has won a temporary restraining order against the contraception mandate in the Affordable Care Act.
Why Jones is off base on campaign finance reform
The Turner Report is frustrated by Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones' position on campaign finance reform and delves into a conference hosted by the American Legislative Exchange Council as an example.
Wagner sees House financial committee addressing Dodd-Frank
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch Political Fix writes that U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner, who now sits on the House Financial Services Committee, believes that Dodd-Frank will be a focal point for the committee in the coming months.
Voter identification is the major issue at open forum with Kansas lawmakers
The Wichitopekington notes that voter identification was a hot topic of debate at an open forum with Kansas lawmakers to talk about legislative priorities for the upcoming session.