Discussed early on, and almost immediately dismissed, was the idea of allowing teachers to carry handguns.
Actor Nick Searcy talks about his role on FX’s “Justified.”
U.S. Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri discusses the looming fiscal cliff and his “Stop the Nuclear Option” website.
Hancock and Kelley talk with CBS News Legal Analyst Andrew Cohen about the Colorado shooting case, St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann about regional transportation issues,and Majority Floor Leader St Rep Tim Jones about gun control.
Michael Kelley with the STL Post-Dispatch’s Tony Messener and St. Chas. County Exec. Steve Ehlmann talk with vacationing Hancock & Kelley co-host John Hancock; talk about the Missouri legislature, TIF money, and smoking bans; talk with Jeff Aboussie of the Building and Construction Trades Council about workers comp; talk with Mo. Hse. Speaker Pro Tem Shane Schoeller about a proposed birther law, which would require presidential and vice presidential candiates to provide birth certificates to be on the ballot; with MSD’s Lance Lecomb about $4.7 billion for STL sewers; and with Harry Hamm about the new weekend movies and the Fox’s “Bring It On”.
KMOX’s Charles Brennan had questioned Ehlmann about the proposed 9.6 million dollar tax subsidy for a Schnucks development.
Taxpayers have poured $3.5 million to promote a hub that isn’t there.
What does the ‘Voice of the Cardinals’ think about the Chicago Cubs rattling the Albert Pujols cage?
Gov. Jay Nixon spoke yesterday at the first of a series of meetings aimed at fostering bipartisan and friendlier discussion on issues.
Gov. Jay Nixon announced appointments to two state commissions that will redraw the boundaries for Missouri’s districts.