William Lacy Clay
Clay said Congress probably has until September to pass gun legislation before the President might act on his own.
The decisive Democratic primary was marred by accusations of bribery and bitter racial divides.
“There’s no logical reason to allow those weapons to proliferate on our streets,” Clay said.
John & Michael talk with the winners of yesterday’s Missouri primary — U.S.Sen. Claire McCaskill, U.S.Cong. Todd Akin, Dave Spence, U.S. Cong. Lacy Clay, Mo.Lt.Gov. Peter Kinder, Susan Montee, Tishaura Jones and Ann Wagner. They also talk with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon.
He will almost certainly represent the 1st Congressional District, which now comprises the entire city of St. Louis, after the November elections.
Clay is running against Russ Carnahan for the 1st Congressional District.
The two said they want Attorney General Koster to consider releasing George Allen Jr. who was sentenced to 95 years in prison in the 1982 death of Mary Bell.
Rep. Lacy Clay announces nearly $1 million to help secure permanent housing.
Says no timetable for decision
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