Hancock & Kelley – Monday, November 17 – STL Rams Going to L.A.? Claire McCaskill for Governor? Hillary Clinton for President in 2016? Andre Wilson on Insurance Coverage for Gender Reassignment
John and Michael talk about the long lines at the Rams concessions stands; about whether STL needs to get rid of the Rams or Rams Owner Stan Kroenke; about whether Mo. Sen. Claire McCaskill will be a candidate for Mo. Governor? about whether Missouri is ready to vote for Hillary Clinton as U.S. President; and they talk with Andre Wilson, an inclusive health advocate who believes insurance should cover gender reassignment.
CBS Sports.com reporter Jason LaCanfora is tracking the race to place an NFL team back in Los Angeles
Nixon is giving attorney Bob Blitz and former Anheuser-Busch executive Dave Peacock 60 days to develop options to be presented to the Rams before Jan. 28.
Rumors continue to grow that the team may be on its way back west as soon as February, fueled by reports that Rams owner Stan Kroenke has purchased a large chunk of land near Los Angeles.
Local group plans to rally in order to keep the Rams from leaving St. Louis.
Commissioner Roger Goodell says “no plans of stadium development (in Calif.). “
Speculation is running high over the future of the Rams in St. Louis. Stan Kroenke has purchased a football stadium-sized piece of ground in the Los Angeles area.
Stan Kroenke, who was not available to the media, rarely visits the Rams training facility.
“For this particular year I don’t think it’s a concern,” Webster University’s Pat Rishe tells KMOX.
To the applause of doctors gathered at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, Governor Nixon signed “Chloe’s law,”