Missouri Lt. Governor Peter Kinder compares the Metropolitan Taxicab Commission and its swift actions against Lyft to “The Empire Strikes Back.” Local cab driver Umar Lee disagrees.
Kinder said he’s concerned about St. Louis losing the luster of its “start-up city” image.
Umar Lee is a local taxi cab driver opposed to Lyft. Missouri Lt. Governor Peter Kinder and St. Louis Alderman Scott Ogilve favor Lfyt.
It’s a Reardon Roundtable Friday with Missouri Lt. Governor Peter Kinder, political consultant Megan Shackelford, and Jeff Rainford, Mayor Slay’s Chief of Staff. Topics include the Taste of St. Louis leaving downtown, CPAC, economy growth, and the religious freedom bill in Arizona.
Crystal City Democrat served four terms in legislature
Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill discusses growth in the economy, ObamaCare, Rand Paul and Mizzou defensive lineman Michael Sam.
Senator says she decided to resign because some members of the 16-member group were upset about her appearance with Republican Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder at a news conference in December.
“Passage is assured in the House, the votes are there in the Senate, and I believe we stand an excellent chance at making this progress”
Kinder was traveling Monday to St. Louis for a news conference with lawmakers and a city alderwoman.
Kinder had formed an exploratory committee to consider challenging freshman congressman and fellow Republican Jason Smith for the state’s eight congressional seat.