“For Heaven’s sake, don’t put stuff on social media that you don’t want to live forever.”
“You kind of get a sense when you’re hear as opposed to in D.C. four days a week of just how frustrated people are when they look at Congress,” he told KMOX News Monday.
The president is expected to highlight a new state program that fast-tracks students to college degrees when he visits the campus of the University of Central Missouri.
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Candidate Bruce Rauner was criticized by fellow candidate Dan Rutherford, the state treasurer, for not facing citizens and the press when he announced his candidacy.
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The Democratic governor says he plans to take action Wednesday on the legislation that he has previously indicated he likely will veto.
The measure would prohibit local governments from restricting the political activities of first responders while they’re off-duty and out of uniform.
“When this budget is tallied up, and we have an ability to examine it, you will see spending increase by almost $2 billion.”