Jim Lembke

Former Sen. Lembke Optimistic About Red Light Camera Ban"These aren't about safety. These are about bringing in moneys to the coffers of these small municipalities and they're just balancing their budgets on the backs of taxpayers"
National Conservative Group Rates Missouri LawmakersThe American Conservative Union has been rating members of Congress on a conservative-to-liberal scale for decades.
Lawmakers Disagree With Summary of Missouri Ballot Issues"[Carnahan] misuses her power to manipulate the process, and I believe that this is more evidence that she's been a dishonest broker of partisan politics," said Jim Lembke, R-St. Louis County.
St. Louis Senator Files for Kansas City Seat"I am not drawn anywhere. I am in nowhere land," Senator Jane Cunningham said.
The Mark Reardon Show: The Reardon Roundtable, Tigers Preview, Oscar Preview
Conservative Local Lawmakers Left Behind by RedistrictingSens. Jane Cunningham and Jim Lembke are losers in new map making
Red Light Cameras Ruled UnlawfulThe issue could still go to the supreme court.
Mamtek Investigation ContinuesThe Mamtek project fell through after the company defaulted on a $39 million bond payment to Moberly after promising to create around 600 jobs by building an artificial sweetener plant. .
The Mark Reardon Show - Reardon Roundtable, New Presidential Candidate
Charlie Brennan - Tuesday, May 3rdAs always plenty to discuss on the Charlie Brennan Show. Floods, policies, budgets and more.
Mark Reardon Show - Friday, April 1stThis week's Reardon Roundtable guests include Mayor Slay's Chief of Staff Jeff Rainford, editorial writer for the Post Tony Messenger, and local comedian Joe Marlotti, and we hear from Missouri State Senators Jim Lembke and Brian Nieves.
Charlie Brennan - Friday, April 1stCharlie talks with Mo. State Senator Jim Lembke who wants to stop the movement to extend unemployment benefits from 79 weeks to 99 weeks; and David Ziolkowski, Architectural Lighting Engineer at HOK, talks about STL joining in the nat'l movement to illuminate buildings in blue to raise awareness of autism.

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