The Mark Reardon Show: Earmarks, Chesterfield Votes on Shooting Squirrels, Lt. Governor Candidate, Obama Mortgage Plan

Missouri Congressman Todd Akin responds to a Washington Post investigation that found 33 House members directing more than 300 million dollars in earmarked spending to projects within two miles of their residences.

Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill talks about the state of the economy and where she stands on the Obama Administration’s mandate regarding healthcare coverage and contraceptives.

Gene Schenberg has been in the news for shooting squirrels in his yard. He gives us his reaction to the Chesterfield City Council voting to ban shooting small animals within 150 yards of a residence.

Former Missouri Auditor Susan Montee announces her campaign to run for Missouri Lt. Governor.

CBS MoneyWatch.com’s editor at large Jill Schlesinger on President Obama’s mortgage plan.

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