Hancock & Kelley – Friday, March 30th

Michael Kelley and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s Tony Messenger talk with Mo. House
Speaker Pro Tem Shane Schoeller about a bill in the Mo. House that would require presidential and vice presidental candidatese to provide birth certificates before their names can appear on the Mo. ballot.

John Hancock, half of the Hancock and Kelley team, joins Michael and Tony Messenger
for a few minutes to discuss his trip to Florida for Cards Spring Training, plus
his take on a new Missouri gubernatorial candidate.

Tony Messenger, editorial writer for the STL Post-Dispatch gives his insight into the current Missouri legislature.

Jeff Aboussie, head of the STL Building and Construction Trades Council, talks about the prevailing wage bill and ensuring work stays in Missouri.

Michael Kelley and St. Chas. County Exec. Steve Ehlmann talk about a possible smoking ban in St. Charles County, Mo.

Lance Lecomb, STL Metropolitan Sewer District spokesperson, discusses a $4.7 billion the EPA is forcing MSD to spend on sewers in STL.

St. Chas. County Exec. Steve Ehlmann gives us his take on the use of TIF money for private business and development.

KMOX Entertainment Editor Harry Hamm talk about the Fox Theatre production, “Bring It On”; about the new movies, “Mirror, Mirror”, starring Julia Roberts, and “Wrath of the Titans” starring Liam Neeson; and about the extension of Cavalia.


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