Hall of Famous Missourians
Four new inductees into the Hall of Famous Missourians include a physician credited as the father of osteopathic medicine and a science fiction writer.
A physician credited as the father of osteopathic medicine, a U.S. senator who helped end slavery and a suffragist who took her cause before the U.S. Supreme Court are among the candidates for induction into the state Capitol’s Hall of Famous Missourians.
Limbaugh’s bust was positioned Monday near the doors to the House chamber.
House Speaker Steve Tilley — who selected Limbaugh for the honor — defended the use of armed police to block access.
Apparently the only people aware of what was going were members of the GOP majoity and the Missouri Highway Patrol.
Missing from the ceremony, however, was the bust of controversial conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh.
Sculptor E. Spencer Schubert posted on his website that he was “on the way to Jeff City to deliver Dred and Rush.”
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They’ve delivered petitions bearing 35,000 signatures to the speaker of the Missouri House.
Members of the state chapter of the National Organization for Women delivered 504 rolls of toilet paper to the office of the Speaker of the House Monday as a part of their “Flush Rush” campaign