21 Burst results for "Governor Parson"

"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:40 min | 4 months ago

"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"I'm running against a far left liberal Democrat. Yeah, well, I'm glad you pointed that out. I mean, she she is extreme, his extreme on a lot of these issues. And because conservatives consistently get called out if they happen to re tweet, something that somebody doesn't like or thinks his controversial then it's you know, it's it's fair for us to point that out aboutthe left to Deb Lavender. Correct me if I'm wrong, Retweeted a tweet comparing people are soldiers who fought in World War two to Antifa. That's true. She absolutely did any conservative or, you know Republican that would re tweet something similar something even close to that they would demand that they get canceled. They would demand that they resigned from office. But the Democrats have a double standard and assuming assuming I win next week On Thursday. We're in. We have a special session. I will be going to Jeff City. I'll start writing a bill restricting Sam pages. Power. Oh, good. Good, because, you know, I talked to the governor about that a lot. And obviously I'm supporting Governor Parson in his reelection bid, But every time I've had him on here, I'm like, isn't there anything more we can do to rein in the power of Dr Sam Page? Who, when he was on council was a big Steve Stinger critic. It was critical of the fact that Stinger never showed up and that he had too much autonomy. And then he became county executive. And now he's got complete autonomy over this covert response, and any sometimes either doesn't show up or walks out of council meetings. Yeah, I know. No. One person should have that kind of power over our lives to be able to shut. Our sharp business is down. I mean, people are hurt, not their restaurants are going out of business. People have put their entire life savings into their small business and government has taken it away. It's not right. Yeah, well, I agree with that, And you know this is crunch time. We've got to get a good turnout in ST Louis County and get these candidates on their county Council Congressional district to that's going to be a key as well. And I know in Wagner's been out there working hard, just like you have. Hey, in district 15. Yeah, so my race could come down to literally 100 votes, So it's so important that every single one every single one of us Republicans get it gets out there and vote And if you're able to come help Dornoch On Saturday. Go to the GOP office and and grab voice plus at 9 A.m.. We're getting started and you can. People can also go to your website. Their intellect, Andrew Koenig dot com They want to.

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"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

04:41 min | 5 months ago

"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Is a unique viral experience for each individual, Which is why you've got a governor who's asymptomatic and his wife is not in a number of people Tony that were tested. It had been in proximity to the governor have not tested positive. So this is very, very good. And so one of the criticisms from many on the left of president of Governor Parson Is that he hasn't been strict enough on Corona virus, and now he tests positive for it. So in your opinion politically how does this impact the governor and this election year? Does it Does it hurt him politically? I don't think it moved the needle on where people are. I think those that feel like he should have been more aggressive or now feel like they've got a case point page of them more aggressive. Those I feel he's was modulated the situation. Ah, balancing between individual rights and not being too forceful will say, Well, he was Willinto walk the walk, and this is, in part, the inexorable consequence for him. But if he gets to the point where he's recovered, as I believe he will. You know, I think is his supporters would say it was, they would have rather seen him take the chance he took and not force everybody to Shut down in mask up, so it's politically divisive Tony out, But I don't think there's going to be any sort of shift in his support or loss of support because he actually became infected. I think everybody wore somehow the way with the way we do things today, Tony Everybody will be vindicated on both sides by by literally by this situation talking to Roddy Boyd before we let you go, Rodney, as it stands right now, at the end of September, How do you handicap The the governor. The election in November in the state of Missouri. You know, I still I still say slight advantage to incumbent Parson, his wife, You know, we talked earlier about what might happen in the in the gubernatorial race, and I was wanting to see how the top of the ticket will play out right on the Democratic side. And what that would do to turnout. So obviously there are There are a lot of concerns about that independent, you know, not necessarily Republican but independent conservative voter in the suburbs. Right? What are they going to do? And that's still a real constituency that I think is up in the air. Right now. They're gonna be watching every debate making their final decision, but as far as the base I don't think there's anything that's going to deter the president's base from coming out full bore, right. A lot of passion around the Supreme Court. Lot of passion around a lot of issues. Now. What about the Biden base? I am still not today, seeing the level of energy that you saw in a way with Obama where you've got people who hadn't voted in 16 saying, Oh, my goodness. This is the cause does your I'm going? So I'm still waiting to see where the energy plays out in the base and how that will benefit Galloway, whose very nominal candidate in terms of a lot of people still don't know her. What she stands for her brand, But we've got 40 days to go. And as you and I both know from watching the news cycle, it might as well be 40 years. There's going to be exact. You got that right thinking about going come up. So today, I say Advantage. Incumbent governor, pausing. But let's keep talking about this as we get closer and closer and closer to to the to the, uh because I suspect we're goingto have a few things that are going to come up that we have not. Predicted that will reshape and recalibrate those independent voters and have impacts on both guys. Base. Always great stuff from Rodney Boyd again. The host of insider talk every Sunday at noon. Who's on the show tomorrow? Ronny? So tomorrow we're going to be talking to two very significant women were going to be talking to the head of the Republican Party, Gene Evans, and we're going to talk to the head of Senate Central Democratic Committee. Carla May they both are gonna have two different perspectives on the election, but I wanted to hear from them. I want to hear what they think goingto happen. So we're going to be continuing this conversation. Absolutely. People that have a critical role in executing the visions of both their respective parties. Well will be listening, Ronnie, Thanks for your time, and we'll talk to you soon, my friend. Thank you. You all right? We need to take another quick break. Don't go anywhere. Gonna talk. Tio. Dr. Ed earned strum my chiropractor. Get some stories that I want, Teo tell you and talk to you about with Dr Ed. So don't go anywhere. We're going to have that conversation when we get back to the weekend report on 97..

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Missouri governor and first lady test positive for coronavirus

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 5 months ago

Missouri governor and first lady test positive for coronavirus

"The Missouri where Governor Mike Parson of Republican who has refused to require residents toe wear masks has tested positive for the Corona virus. Dr. Randall Williams is with the State Department of Health and thankful to report But the governor and first lady are doing fine. The first lady is mildly symptomatic. And Governor Parson is not experiencing

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Missouri governor says Trump is ‘getting involved’ in case of St. Louis couple who pointed guns at protesters

Total Information AM

01:01 min | 8 months ago

Missouri governor says Trump is ‘getting involved’ in case of St. Louis couple who pointed guns at protesters

"Misery. Governor Parson siding with the ST Louis couple who gained Internet fame after pointing guns at peaceful protesters last month. Black lives matter. Protestors were marching to Mayor Light Accrue Sins House on June 28th when the McCloskey's had the confrontation outside their central West end home. Parson says. Mark and Patricia McCloskey had quote every legal right to defend themselves, citing Missouri's castle doctrine. I just got off the phone with the president the United States for walked out here today. He understands the situation in Missouri. He understands the situation in ST Louis and how out of control it is for a prosecutor to let violent criminals off. And not Do their job and tried to attack law abiding citizens. Parson criticize ST Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardener for investigating the couple singles police tell came a wax. They have submitted the McCloskey case to the circuit attorney's Office for review. But Kim Gardner's office will neither confirm nor deny on Lee, saying the case is under investigation.

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"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:50 min | 8 months ago

"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"AB. From businesses closing, some reopening, and also it's one of the most forceful suggestions from Mike Parson yet if you can't social distance Wear a mask and yet no requirement to do so. As we head into the fourth of July weekend time. Add look. Stegman details just ahead. KMOX News. Time is 60 a time. Michael Calhoun. We do have showers at 70 degrees downtown at the Arch will get Tau weather and the news after traffic with Roger Brand of Michael's flooring outlet dot com. Traffic center. Go Michael, his traffic warden Service of Big Plumbing company. No big problems on the highways. To wind it down is pretty quiet. The weather sort of Ah alone right now. So that's helping. You have very few problems Talk about, in fact, really the only delays on the highway or westbound highway 70 still little bit backed up approaching her city out to the Blanchet Bridge Construction Zone. 1 41 North bound north of 3 64 looks a little slow South County 70 the incident we had All right around Big Ben's gone, It's them down, and they're still working with the stall. Westbound 44 West big band right lanes are blocked, but traffics than a light enough thinned out enough that it's not really delayed at all through that area right now, So you're pretty much good to go all the way around the rest of material 30 at Northwest Boulevard. There was just an accident that happened, but it sounds like was minor, and they're already moving it off the roadway into a parking lot and out of your way, so pretty quiet on the rest of the area Highways right now to wrap it up. Roger Brand and Michael's flooring outlet dot com. Traffic center came Alexis News Time is 609 The calls from Missouri officials to wear masks are getting louder but not loud enough to make them a statewide requirement. Missouri's covert cases continue to rise. Governor Parson had this advice for people planning to head out this fourth of July weekend. We are on the road to recovery. Please continue to beware of covert 19. This virus is still here, and we must continue to protect ourselves and.

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Missouri governor will not appeal ruling for abortion clinic

Rush Limbaugh

00:13 sec | 8 months ago

Missouri governor will not appeal ruling for abortion clinic

"In Missouri governor Parson says the state will not appeal. A court ruling that allowed the state's only abortion clinic to renew its license today would be the deadline to appeal the decision. On the Planned Parenthood clinic in the central west end. The

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"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

04:14 min | 8 months ago

"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Downtown Saint Louis the news continues at seven fifty two Illinois is announcing fall re opening guidelines for schools students and staff will need to wear masks in social distance whenever possible state school superintendent Carmen Ayala this fall will not be business as usual and we will update our guidance as needed in response to challenging and changing public health conditions schools and districts must be prepared to return to remote learning if the virus surges again school districts will be able to set up their own plans for getting students back into the classroom which may include staggered schedules the recommendations include cage of twelve schools colleges and universities if you are voting absentee by mail to avoid corona virus should you have to see a notary the Missouri Supreme Court decided to restore a lawsuit over that issue which had been thrown out by a lower court hears ACLU of Missouri legal director Tony Rothert pretty obvious a lot of voters that going to a private polling place on election day and hang out with a bunch of judges and other voters for a significant period of time is is not a wise decision Missouri legislators passed and governor Parsons signed a measure to extend the absentee voting to include cove it as an excuse but they did not waive the notary requirements a local pastor plans to publish a book about Saint Louis Carroll Daniel has more but it's not about the history or the architecture of the gateway city pastor Casey star long says it's about the needs the city has and the one way she believes we can solve them every believer and as a woman of faith you know this is what we do we talk to god we share our concerns we give thanksgiving and praise and blessings to god and we communicate to him by prayer we see every team that is taking place the good the bad and the ugly and because poor your words idea is to get people crane she's hoping to get at least one hundred submissions about issues specific to the St Louis region she says the press can be simple and short the submission deadline is July thirty first go to win St Louis praise dot com to submit your prayer Carol Daniel St louis' news radio KMOX star long was the youngest alderman in Saint Louis in twenty fourteen she admitted to using city funds to pay for personal purchases she paid the money back and soon after became a minister she's written several books including loving god more than food a groundbreaking today for the new year Rica hill branch of St Louis county library this morning at ten the new fifteen thousand square foot full service branch will be completed by next summer it will include a children's area a space for teens a business center community meeting in private route study rooms the current branch will remain open in the interim it is currently rented space that was once blockbuster and we'll take a look at traffic and weather together in three minutes at seven fifty eight KMOX news time is seven fifty five little did I know when I joined Kaiser Permanente that it would be on my top ten list for what has made this year I can see my position I can be referred to the lab I can in the fridge the pharmacy on the same bill you've got it all I mean it's it's quality of care it's compassionate care it's convenient Mr this is unique as a condition of criminal expects to win one you services Rockville Maryland two zero eight five two home there's no place like follow me Nick Offerman as I take you on a journey through the history of all an intimate look at houses of many homes spousal Edison has this study and the claim that haven't found a house like this before that required incredible genius the history of home exclusively on curiosity stream for all our sakes we need to avoid crowds as much as possible but what if you need to go to the post office or mail letters and packages whether you're a small business or have a new work from.

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"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:38 min | 10 months ago

"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Governor parson on how Missouri plans to increase covert nineteen testing the governor says the state's focusing on three areas including more community testing we have already completed community sampling and thirteen counts for this plan will be targeted six additional counties over the next ten days with a total daily testing goal of approximately nine hundred and seventy five tests per day parson expects community testing combined with so called box and testing at long term care facilities and Sentinel testing at state run facilities to provide up to seventy five hundred tests per day Alex Bregman St louis' news radio KMOX the state of Illinois hit another covert nineteen testing milestone testing more than twenty nine thousand specimens in a twenty four hour period the state is also reporting more than twenty two hundred new cases doctor in Ghazi is ZK head of the Illinois department of public health says robust testing is important because there's a lot we still don't know about the novel coronavirus such as after a person is infected with the virus are they immune can they get infected again if a person is infected can that person's blood or the plasma from the blood can that actually be used as treatment for others eighty seven more people died within the last twenty four hours in Illinois including two people in Madison County a warning this morning from Amarin Illinois if you plan on releasing those silver mylar balloons at your next birthday party or graduation parade mylar balloons are metallic and conduct electricity which can result in searches and shorts that can knock out power start fires even cause significant damage to the electric grid now some mylar balloons got caught in a transformer in Madison County Wednesday because the power outage yet just don't let balloons go anyway any kind of balloons because what goes up comes down and just more pollution we are needed he is the founder of Twitter and square and the St Louis native Jack Dorsey says it's a tough time for the kinds of small businesses who use square's financial services we are seeing a lot of creativity and I'm really optimistic about that but I mean the reality is that we're seeing a lot of people have to lay off all of their employees we're seeing a lot of folks who are sole proprietors struck shut down completely and then for a lot of people this is their dream I mean this has been a dream for years and years and years and they work so hard to build this up and it's just been it's been devastating Dorsey was on former presidential candidate and tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang's podcast which of course you can find on the radio dot com app came.

"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:17 min | 10 months ago

"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Okay and that's the governor's guidelines that his doctor's clipboard besides restarting the economy flower says he's also concerned about tax revenues for essential services if you continue to do it you know you start laying off your policemen were laid off nurses allowed doctor I mean the real point were the economic activity just doesn't allow you to do that then what services the city provided either flowers says he isn't quote kicking open the doors to resume business the way it was he said the city will follow the guidelines set by governor parson you can't disrupt the food chains as Missouri governor Mike parson he is supportive of president trump ordering meat packing plants remain open despite current virus outbreaks in impacting as many as sixty five hundred workers with twenty nine we went to try up up in Saint Joh area over the weekend it three thousand test with a targeted at we got on that really quick but we gotta keep those plants open and that we had everything we can to keep them open to keep people safe when they go to work but I think we can do that I think we can do both seeking to reporters in the oval office alongside president trump Dr Anthony Fauci said a trial with a drug call room desert air show it was effective in preventing some people with corona virus from dying and also shorten the duration of the virus the data shows that run the city has a clear cut significant positive effect in diminishing the time to recovery with April almost over and still no baseball season inside our team owners whether in the cash crunch Carlos president build with the third says money is tight but he expects all thirty teams to survive I cannot envision a scenario where a team like wouldn't be ready to suit up and play but you'll have some significant financial distress with a lot of teams and and how that plays out in terms of you know future payroll and other things is sort of to be determined he went says in the past some teams have gone bankrupt but they have come back under different ownership group he says the cardinals have a plan to get through this and he is still hoping the season can be salvaged we're getting where the St Louis blues an ounce for lots of several employees and pay cuts rather starting may fourth the blues will leave health care benefits intact came what's news time twelve oh three the Jefferson bank and trust business.

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"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:18 min | 11 months ago

"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Two after growing calls to impose the order today governor parson decided to enforce it starting at twelve oh one Monday morning through Friday April twenty fourth many orders were put into place earlier on in other states and many cities without thinking about the unintended consequences hundreds of businesses were declared essential thousands were declared nonessential what we have seen and what the medical experts have told us is that in some instances the central businesses have become hotbeds for transmission as people flock to those locations and restraining the virus even further governor parson says if local authorities want to put additional restrictions in place that's up to them Missouri now has two thousand one hundred thirteen positive cases with nineteen deaths two hundred and ten have died in Illinois from corona virus there are over eighty nine hundred infections stirs account reporting its first case today governor JB Pritzker believes wearing something to cover your face is a good idea based upon what the science says maybe it's a homemade fabric mask or maybe it's a manufactured general medical mask really just something to cover your nose and mouth out of courtesy to those around you in case you're one of those who are a symptomatic or pre symptomatic governor Pritzker says wearing a mask is one more way to take care of one another during the coronavirus task force briefing at the White House president trump discussed the CDC recommendations on masks and today also the CDC is announcing additional steps Americans can take to defend against the transmission of the virus from recent studies we know that the transmission from individuals without symptoms is playing a more significant role in the spread of the virus than previously understood so you don't seem to have symptoms and still gets transferred in light of these studies the CDC is advising the use of non medical cloth face covering as an additional voluntary public health measures KMOX news time five twenty for the news sponsored by AJ train service it's a drain dot.

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"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

09:46 min | 1 year ago

"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"To overnight America so I wanted to talk locally here to governor parson is also talking about ways that this is gonna be combatted sane stay at home using social distancing is the way that you're going to combat this so what we're doing here was very much different than what they're doing in Illinois what they're doing in New York City right now and even they're recommending if you've left New York City because you wanted to get away from that mass at the moment maybe it's best for you to self quarantine wherever you get to your destination I'm sure there's people that left New York that are going to head to Saint Louis Missouri and that's good advice for them to eat because that's what you don't want to happen is to see someone that may have had it doesn't know they have it or pick it up from someone that didn't know they had a new New York where there's a lot of cases and then bring it to a place where there's not a lot of cases and then you see it spread something like that here's a update from earlier today with governor Mike parson we've placed orders to purchase more than seventeen point three million worth of PP out of the eighteen million in the special authorization from governor parson we expect to take delivery at our state warehouse over the next few weeks and we have our logistics team and a distribution plan ready to go to turn the PP around to the people who need it in the state as quickly as possible we've had people reach out to places like China like Mexico all over the world this is a state or trying to help businesses are often to retool here Missouri which we don't have to be so dependent on other states right on this product and I think those are the kind of things that show the backbone of who we are Missouri and that was from fox to they did an article and video on that from part of the press conference it's good that they're doing that and I do like that came much has been covering these press conferences from the president not all the major news networks have been doing that some of them have been ducking out early you know they they cover a couple of moments and they say okay we're gonna leave your whatever it is this is an important thing this is very important get this information out and even listening to the questions that the reporters have are important because they are asking some of these things like okay do we have an update on the time line was the confidence why do you believe there's a confidence to Easter things like that and and that's part of what the president was handling today only played this for you okay this is part of trying to defeat this by Easter ultimately the goal is to ease the guidelines and open things up two very large sections of our country as we near the end of our historic battle with the invisible enemy going for a while but we when we went I said earlier today that I hope we can do this by Easter I think that would be a great thing for our country and we're all working very hard to make that a reality we'll be meeting with a lot of people to see if it can be done Easter is a very special day for many reasons may for a lot of a lot of our friends it's a very special day and what a great time line this would be Easter is our time line what a great time line that would be so that would be pretty remarkable All Things Considered and I said this with doctor boss Larry and this is posted on the podcast a camel X. dot com slash O. NA I thank look at the way the meteorologists will always look at the worst so they'll have their projections and all say well there's a forty percent chance we get ten inches of snow and it's going to shut everything down and people will hear those things in all rush out and buy the milk they'll buy the eggs to buy the bread and then we find that who would just missed at all did we get lucky thank goodness in people look at that and say well Hey wait a minute you're saying that we're going to get all the snow every once in a while you do you will get the worst of what's projected but a lot of times you get what's under I wonder if the government using that sort of standard right now and that's why when the president goes out and says by Easter we could see some of the restrictions ease back or maybe things getting somewhat back to normal he's got this other Intel going on and he's using that Intel and he's just been straight with the people as in let's not try to look at the doom and gloom at least on the type of guy that's been out there that has been somewhat pragmatic on the way of handling this even though we are going through some pretty extreme lanes even though I'm trying to get a two trillion dollar stimulus package through even though we cut off traveling even though we're saying recommending tenor lessons social distancing and all of these things maybe it's possible that he is getting some bright news that once we get more testing and once we are able to tell okay who is infected with the corona virus then we're gonna be able to effectively treat effectively and smartly smartly award smartly isolate the people that are necessary we saw the high risk people they're gonna have to remove himself from that situation but there are some areas where some people could maybe not have to go to work in fear and that's a good thing if we can start to do that right here in Missouri so this from the post dispatch is very loose Lucent's testing criteria for covert nineteen opening doors for more sick people to get tests and the health officials have loosen that criteria the department of health and senior services announced at the guidelines Monday saying healthcare professional should use their judgment in deciding who to test because right now think of all the other things that are going down when it comes to testing if you say okay here's I'm gonna call this hotline because you know mercy hospital and some of these drive through testing options that people have in their own communities the sale K. what are your symptoms they'll check check check check check write your check check check check check and if you find that you're checking things off and there's a chance you came in contact with someone then they're going to test you you're a high priority let's say you're someone that has underlining the health issues so if you were to contract the corona virus then gets a little higher chance of you having complications all right better we get you tested but because of the resources not only for the limited test but even though we're getting more testing and it looks like receiving a get get faster testing which is a good thing but because those limited resources you also have the doctors that have to protect themselves which is good but when you have the doctors that are just burning through these masks in these you know everything that they use to protect themselves and they're worried that they're going to run out that's a huge huge issue so even though we might have more testing if we can find better ways to test that's going to be a huge burden relief ends then we're gonna be able to know illegal at least the people I think they were sick without the corona virus then at least that may help with the burden that were seen at hospitals right now we don't that we bought over loading them that would be a big bonus to three one four four three six seventy nine hundred but yes the loosened the parameters on these tasks that said a patient had previously misery set narrow parameters for test gets patient active symptoms severe enough to be hospitalized right symptoms plus no contact with someone who already tested positive patients also get test if they had symptoms recently traveled to an area where there's a documented outbreak the loosened restrictions this week bring Missouri in line with the federal centers for disease control prevention which updated the guidelines new rules and efforts to increase capacity and we're start to see those numbers climb or start to see more doubts we're start to see more alerts going out like you see that one of the news at Kmart's that comedy can hear right now you hear that if you went to this gas station at the certain time or if you traveled here at a certain time they start to put these Broadnax out there just in case because as we find this they're being very aggressive to try to track down anyone that may be part of that and you know it's a good thing this is a good sign that the United States is combating this the right way I got some text messages may will go through those in a moment I want to take a break and I do want to get some calls of people want to do that I wanted to try something new here on the show and I'm thinking about doing this every night considering that we do talk about this news I think it's so important that we continue continue continue to keep in top of mind that as Americans Americans will get through this Americans are strong you know with all the bickering that we see in Congress just because the Democrats want to jam all of this stuff in there and people are watching this they're not routine they're not rooting for people to get in fights right now in the Senate they're rooting for them to get their stuff together click this child is garbage out and get something done because we need to move on and we need to move in the other right direction Democrats Republicans recognize that they are seeing this I think they're also seen the way that mainstream media in the particularly left mainstream media are trying to use this as a way to divide more people they're tired of it they realize and recognize that as Americans will get through this were strong enough to get through this and we will do this together I wanted to start playing some patriotic music and I thought this would be out something we can start doing every night while I'm at my home studios while I'm downstairs in my basement broadcasting like many other people are working from home I need to make sure top of mind every day we remind that we are connected we are together through this so even though we may have a disagreement maybe we might not like the way some things are being treated we are going to get through this together because that's what Americans do so we're gonna play our first patriotic song I think in the next break it's overnight America came on wow how things can change from one week to the next Hey hope everybody out there is staying healthy I know everything is super crazy we feel disoriented by the culvert nineteen virus it's more important than ever to stay connected.

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"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Step and we will tell you though that the Dow from Stiefel today lost five hundred and eighty two points closing at eighteen thousand five hundred and ninety one we will have traffic weather together for you coming up as well as more news headlines regarding updates on the corona virus in Missouri and Illinois Monreal county report it reporting its first corona virus case will give an update on what the governor Pritzker had to say today what governor parson had to say today that's all coming up for you right here at KMOX and cable X. dot com cable X. news time five ten tied to donate your car to goodwill towing is free and you will get a tax receipt and as long as we are still waiting for the president to approach the podium might as well get at least some semblance of traffic and weather together in we've got cloudy skies in the forecast tonight a stray shower with a low around forty two cool with rain at times on Tuesday with a high around fifty lingering clouds Tuesday night with a low around forty two and will become partly sunny on Wednesday a really nice afternoon with a high sixty three temperatures along with clouds increasing by Thursday with a high around seventy four right now we've got mainly cloudy skies downtown to the arch and it is forty five degrees at table X. well it appears we are still waiting for more people to make their way to the podium in Washington in Jefferson County I should say they enacted today a stadium order we thought that this was coming it goes into effect at midnight and remains in effect through April twenty third essential activities like one of the grocery store in the pharmacy and your job if you have to be there even to the doctor is still allowed outdoor recreation also allowed you must at least six feet from one another it is five twelve at KMOX the cameras going off.

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Missouri abortion ban blocked by court

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Missouri abortion ban blocked by court

"On Tuesday a federal judge temporarily blocked a Missouri law banning abortions after eight weeks the law was signed by Republican governor Mike parson back in may and was scheduled to take effect on Wednesday one portion of the law that will still be upheld is the ban on abortions based solely on sex race or the diagnosis showing potential down syndrome in a statement governor Parsons said he is encouraged that the ruling upholds quote the anti discrimination provisions of the law the eight week ban is paused until the case can unfold in court and hearing on the matter is scheduled for

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"governor parson" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"governor parson" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Missouri is one and only abortion clinic, the state hopes for good joining us now is Mevia meet, she's director, Planned Parenthood. Epic advocates of Missouri's me. Thank you very much for being here for your time. Thank you for having me. And I, I just wanted to say my heart goes out to the community, Virginia Beach. That's just awful. Thank you saying that, and I should just say to our viewers that press conference, get started. I may have to hit. Pause. On our discussion in which case we'll come back to it just because we don't know exactly when that's going to get going. I saw your press conference today with your colleagues at the clinic, talking about the government's action and the courts action today. What's your basic understanding about how this is going to unfold over the next several days? And what's going to happen on Tuesday? Right. So we have a temporary victory here with the temporary restraining order that will stay in place until the judge issues another ruling. So he set Tuesday as a hearing on preliminary injunction that would be our injunction seeking untrained against the state so that we can keep the license, I'm in place that would have expired tonight at midnight. And so, we're, we'll just have to wait and see how those arguments go and then just be waiting on pins and needles for that judge's ruling wonder because of this prospect that if your clinic has shut that Missouri would have zero legal abortion providers within the entire state. I wonder if that eventuality itself might ultimately be seen by the courts as an undue burden on Missouri women's access to abortion, which, of course, is protected by Roe versus Wade. Whether regardless of the individual fights that are going on with this governor trying to shut you down, whether or not the disappearance of the services that are. Guided by your clinic itself, might put the state in violation of that of that federal court order. That is a great point. And what governor parson has done is weaponized the health department to try and do what many states are trying to do through the legislature. He's using the regulatory process, however to ban abortion and put the government between women and their doctors in this important key healthcare decision making process. So I think the courts could find that and that it clearly in our view is unconstitutional. But you can see many states are in this political race to get to the supreme court to change that standard and what your viewers need to know. I do know is that, that political race has cost it has huge legal costs that we're seeing play out in Missouri right now, but we're importantly, has tremendous human costs on the lives of the people who are seeking healthcare who will no longer be able to access it. What do you think will happen to your patients and to your broader patient population? Throughout missouri. If your clinic is forced to stop providing abortions, if your clinic.

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02:09 min | 1 year ago

"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Ban pass today under a measure has now been sent to governor parson, cakewalks capital. Correspondent Phil Brooks reports. The house debate was just what in for a few minutes about one hundred abortion rights advocates voicing opposition to what the hell's was about to pass the protesters peacefully left as house members voiced emotional, and sometimes personal stories on both sides of the issue. As for the protesters they moved downstairs to outside the governor's office to shelter demand. He vetoed the measure, that's unlikely since Mike Parsons, just earlier this week called on legislators to send him the Bill from the state capital, Phil Brooks Lewis, NewsRadio K Molex, and in the south the only democratic governor Louisiana's. John Bel Edwards is supporting a fetal heartbeat abortion ban as tensions increased between the US in Iran in the wake of the president's decision to ramp up sanctions. There's bipartisan concern in Washington about where things are headed the. Trucking off reports that his advisors are pressuring him toward a military confrontation, CBS news. White House correspondent Steven Portnoy has the latest is the news reports about his administration stance on Iran might be good strategically, they put out so many false messages that Iran is totally confused. I don't know that might be a good thing. Mr. Trump insists the stories that he's worried. His advisors pushing him reluctantly toward war are incorrect. But I'm angry with people. I'm not angry with my people. I'm worse than they are. They're worse than me. Are there? More militant president insists his secretary of state, and national security adviser are doing great jobs. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. Kmox news time three oh to a plan to let Saint Louis voters do away with the residency rule back on the front burner. In the singles board of alderman, the sponsoring older woman. Carol Howard says the city is scrambling to hire people to fill vacant positions across the city and the residency rules, the problem. It discourages people from working for the city. You should be able to hire from the whole metropolit- time..

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10:42 min | 2 years ago

"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Hey, it's Wednesday the Wednesday before thanksgiving and happy thanksgiving to all of you out there. Maybe you're having to work trying to get out of the officer early. Get home start that bird, stuffing your bird tonight. I think George is probably stuffing the bird. She's her stuffing is the best stuffing. Yeah. What she put in it. I don't know. Why castle? It's good stuff, man. There may be cracking there. It's so good. Do you know people who stuff their bird with white castle hamburgers? Yeah. Heard that. Yeah. Go like, yeah. I'd like to try that. Well, a big day coming out of Jefferson City yesterday as Mike parson winds up confirming a new nominee to lead the department of education in the state of Missouri. This has been a controversial subject sincere guidance election. He tried to stack that board John with people who were going to come in with really a political agenda as it related to education in the state. Of course, we all know what happened Eric brightens, good riddance. And now we have Mike parson hooves comment, and guess what? He's bringing back the same person that air greitens ran out Margie van diva. She was leading the State Department of elementary and secondary education. That's a position that is selected not by the governor. But by a commission of people who are appointed by the governor. And yeah, you stated correctly are great, grains, basically tried to stack the panel and did in effect stack the panel, and they fired Margie van de oven. And now governor partners has had a couple. Vacancies. And he's filled them on the commission and the commission yesterday. Rehired van even to head the department of elementary and secondary education. And you know, it's the difference between the style the stylistic difference between Eric brightens and Mike parson, you know, they're not that different on policy matters. But the stylistic differences are striking. I think well, this is a perfect example. I mean, I it was no doubt that the governor was wanting to run a political agenda as it related to public education in the state and Mike Parsons, saying no, that's not the way that I'm going to go with it bringing back the same person, and Eric right and sit around out. Is this the final? Staple of what air brightens had tried to do in the state of Missouri that the Republicans have now flipped on them. Well, it's it's certainly among, you know, interestingly enough, many, I would say probably most of his department heads. His cabinet were retained by Mike Carson. And I think most are still there you'd made some changes. But I think when governor parson reviewed the people, I think he was generally very impressed with the selections a greatness had made to run the different agencies of state government. And so most of those folks are still in place. But this is this was probably the one of the more controversial areas of the era in Missouri. Politics had having to do with the department of education, and that that policy certainly has been reversed in reverted back to to where things were Mike parson getting ready to start his first session as the governor with a new legislature the Republicans have chosen their leadership the Democrats have chosen their leadership. Do you expect to see a new tone in Jefferson City? I mean, we've seen the new tone for Mike Parsons as it relates to the public appearance in Saint Louis, and Kansas City and Springfield really wanting to build a bridge between this urban rural divide not necessarily the the direction that air. Greitens was going. He was really taking more of a Trump type style of really going hard. Right. Well, he was very ever cereal. Right. You see this legislature really tackling tough issues. Are they going to get caught up in some of the same social issues that really feeds the base of the Republican party? I think well, I think the cooperation. Between the executive and legislative branches. At least at the beginning of the session is going to be very good, Mike Parsons was a member of the state house and was a member of the state Senate, and he's got very good in longstanding relationships with a number of legislators on both sides of the aisle. So I think that is going to be fundamentally different. Nobody knew Eric brightens when he became governor. And he kind of took a very adversarial posture towards the legislature and. You know, that's not always the best way to get things done. So I do think they're gonna start up more cooperative. Whether they're going to tackle issues. You know, one of the things I'm going to be very interested to see is Mike parson went all in on this transportation, tag, right? And he campaigned for it. He traveled to state urging voters to vote for it and voters didn't vote for it. So the funding for the roads are is not there. But the need to address our roads and bridges is still very real. And I'm gonna be interested to see what if anything the legislature comes up with to to try and address that before I switch topics on you. Let's talk a little bit about right to work right to work has been a topic. That's really dominated the state of Missouri. We had the huge rebuke from the state here over the states right to work legislation. It's now been reversed did the Republicans and more importantly, governor Parsons here, the voters, and do you think that this topic of right to work is kind of off the table now that the voters of spoke? I would think it would be given given the just the sheer size of the vote to reject it took place last August, I don't know that that's where I would spend my political capital at this stage in putting together a legislative agenda are there some legislators that are going to be very interested in intent on bringing the issue backup. Yeah. I think they probably will. But then then exa question of does the leadership think that that's not the way to go. And I would say that, you know, anytime the voters speak on an issue that resoundingly. I don't see a bright future for legislatively anytime soon. Well, we could as we heart preparing for thanksgiving and families are going to be gathering. There's one family that's going to be forever damaged in. That's a result of this shooting. That's taking place out in Willison Baldwin. Yeah. Heartbreaking gaming Schmidt. Who was a mother of three was with the lady that was killed at the Catholic supply store out there in ball went off Manchester road. Just a tragic story John we continue to try to find out more details. But the police really are looking for the help of anyone who was in that neighborhood on Monday. And this is kind of scary. Gary in one of the most populated areas in the in the state in a county. Yeah. Right. The this would go down and there's no cameras. There was no visual as to who this individual daylight. Yeah. It's and it's the kind of thing, you know, who whoever commits an act like this. They're gonna do it again. I mean, people don't, you know, people that are sick and twisted in criminal are very unlikely to commit this kind of crime wants. And so finding this perpetrator has to be the highest priority for local law enforcement right now. And you're right. I mean, the Schmidt family just just think of the randomness of the she was in the store buying materials because she was she was crocheting rosaries for members of our women's group at our church. And and then man these awful tragedies. You know in the reminded you of something that text you very close to home. Yeah. Hi, let's talk about the description of this killer. I because you know, the police are asking John for anyone who was in that vicinity on Monday to come out there. Looking for any details. The description we have this killer right now as a white man about forty to fifty years old five seven to five five he was wearing a black or a great paper boy style cap now, I I knew that as captain, but you know, it would be what you'd see some of the old news, boys. Wear a navy car heart style jacket, a red and white and black plaid shirt glasses Brown belt, boy, if you were in that vicinity, even if you were just passing by call the Saint Louis county police, tell them what you saw even if you didn't see really anything out of the ordinary. We need to find the center visual. No doubt. My family was touched by a senseless murder like this sister. Pat, Kelly was my dad's cousin nano number. You remember sister, Pat? I can't I didn't know she was a relative of yours. Yes. She was. Archbishop may called her. The Mother Teresa of Saint Louis. She had started energy care what I call dollar help. Right. Which is you could throw an extra dollar on your gas. Bill electric Bill was renowned and revered in the community for the work. The good works that she did. And she was murdered. And it's been I don't know decades a couple of decades ago, I think she was a member of the sisters of charity of the incarnation word. She was killed there at her home in the central West End, just a tragic time. I remember being taken out of school when I was a child and going to that funeral at the new cathedral. It was the biggest funeral I've ever been to. And really learning. The life's work of sister, Pat and thinks she did we are still living with some of the impact that sister. Pat, made you think of heat up and cool down Saint Louis, that's all derivatives of dollar helping what do they call it energy? What do they call it? No, no. She was just such a prominent part of this community. And and I remember well, the news it wasn't. She murdered by someone. She had been helping. Yes, a sister. Pat lived in the western there, and she had big black the archbishop a called her. She was the Mother Theresa. She helped those who are less fortunate, and she'd been helping an individual who clearly was not right in the head who ultimately killed her. And it was just a tragic time and a person who made a huge impact on Saint Louis. Yeah. This time of year. When you those tragedies are difficult to reflect on this thing that happened. A Catholic supply on Monday. Yet another tragedy. Our hearts, go out to that family, the Schmidt family from high rid all the families that have been impacted by that. I mean, can you imagine the trauma of those other ladies who were in that who were stripped of their clothing, and then watched another human being murdered in cold blood right in front of them. Those are memories and issues that will never go away. Yeah. Godspeed to the police. Let's find this guy and take him off our streets, sell the president the United States was busy last night. He's made some pronouncements on Saudi Arabia. He's wants to put Hillary Clinton and James call me in jail. But the guy who we know to have killed an American resident we're not so concerned.

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"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

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01:53 min | 2 years ago

"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Sixty in the city and then tomorrow and Wednesday more sun than clouds and a high both days around eighty right now, it's fifty eight all of that sixty two and high ridge downtown Saint Louis clear and fifty nine kmox news time is seven twelve. Twelve investigators today will hope to pinpoint what caused last evenings burns. Mill home explosion that killed a man and injured a woman. This is Brian Kelly live in the newsroom the blast level. The home in the thirty seven hundred block of clearview drive and shook homes blocks away went outside and looked at by widows to see if any were broken or anything that's Paul Potter who was in the garage of his home on Laura court when the blast occurred. I heard an explosion that was louder than any, fireworks or gun or. It's like it's like lightning striking across the street. Now, there's no word on the condition of the woman who survived the explosion. Also, no names have been released yet the state fire Marshall's assisting in the investigation. Reporting live, Brian Kelly, NewsRadio eleven twenty cammo ex. The mayors of Saint Louis and Kansas City went governor Mike parson to support tougher gun laws in the states big cities. It's a theme Saint Louis mayor lighter crews than has been sounding since parson took office. We ought to be able to have some regulation of guns in our cities, particularly in our urban areas. I don't think guns in our city are quite the same as guns in other parts of our state in rural parts of our state cruising wants the governor to support a ban on assault weapons, big ammunition magazines and open Carey's in places like Saint Louis and Casey. But during a swing through town Friday governor parson admitted he doesn't know what the answer is yet. And we don't want wanna be the reputation I haven't high crime rate. So I can tell you this much. I'm gonna do everything that's governor to department of public safety, and the tools we have to help the mayor's try to whatever we can do to bring the crime rate down in St. Andrew..

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03:28 min | 2 years ago

"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Kim News time is five thirty with Debby. Monterey I'm Tom Ackerman and we're just laughing about something so big. Deal not laughing about the, weather though the weather is. Hot it's going to be. Shower hill laughing matter is not today will turn out mostly sunny hot and moderately humid with a high of. Ninety five with AccuWeather real feels near or over one hundred after, noon mainly clear low seventy three tonight tomorrow and Sunday Sunday, sunshine patchy clouds, hot but not too humid with. Highs both days of ninety four right now it's seventy two in high. Ridge it's sixty eight in Olivetti and it's partly cloudy seventy downtown at the arch at five thirty. One we'll talks between the US and Mexican negotiators to rewrite the North American Free trade agreement where zoom this morning in. Washington we get details from CBS. News Diane. King all Mexico's economy minister said discussions, yesterday produced agreement on about twenty, topics but that's some of the toughest, issues Remain unresolved your recall President Trump vowed during the, campaign to overhaul the NAFTA, deal with Mexico and Canada. Which he called the job. Killing disaster talks have dragged on since last year a new lawsuit seeks damages from the makers and providers of. Prescription painkillers for the opioid crisis plaintiff's attorney Jack Garvey filed the, suit on behalf of Jefferson County nine other Missouri counties and, the city of, Joplin all those manufacturers working together. Falsely sold to the public the idea that prescription opioids for men for. Chronic pain that they pushed the idea that these drugs were not addictive that they weren't dangerous the. Suit says the companies also broke state and federal law by failing to report how much of the drugs they were selling. In similar lawsuits filed earlier the. Companies have. Denied they are responsible for the opioid, epidemic it's another example of social, media gone awry Saint Louis county police Battling back against a Facebook allegation they say is false yet was shared four thousand times in, nine hours Facebook post shared by Carlton relates a story of attempted sex trafficking at. South. County mall doesn't say when it happened, but it tells the story of five people, eating at the balls food court one of them went to the bathroom, and was in there for a while when the group went to check on her, they found quote some random. Black lady sitting with her and quote they allege. The woman stuck their friend with a needle and made her pass out they also allege police told them when they arrived it was probably a sex trafficking scheme police spokesman Ben Granda however says there are no calls for service even close, to this within the past. Month and the unit that handles these crimes wasn't aware of it either Alex digman NewsRadio eleven twenty km Alexa zuri governor's making fast friends. With the mayors of Kansas City and Saint Louis cable Xs Michael Calhoun reports on their summit this week in the western end of the state sure the, three enjoyed some Arthur Bryant's barbecue but they also visited in. Early childhood center Kansas City police and some. Veterans apartments steel ship Communications director for governor parson Historical. Kind of urban rural divide but at, the end of the day the issues that face our big cities issues that face our. Rural areas, are very common he says those, are infrastructure and workforce development the Kansas City star meantime reports that the mayor's did push governor parson to give them. Greater control over gun laws Parsons said he'd be open to looking at specific legislation if, it came across his.

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"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

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02:18 min | 2 years ago

"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"It nine and a half billion last year it's phenomenal and they just keep making more movies they're you know what's the name tyler perry of course he's one of the greatest african american directors glenn started the of movement did he now well you know there many movies are shot in georgia and there's actually been a ton of movies shot in chicago illinois have tax credits they do how about ohio 'cause i know yes they had one of those marvel comics movies shot in cleveland they get them we're we're just like we're like a bunch of jim oaks it's unbelievable what about iowa do they give away tax credit we that's where we lost the movie because they've got the tax credits fun size and they kept delaying it finally had delayed the production the whole movie because they wanted to come here and they kept waiting and waiting and waiting they didn't get them and michael buke took the production to iowa so what are you doing about it are we getting some of like minded lawmakers to introduce legislation which would restore the tax credits here's the deal the legislators are the ones that restore the tax credits and then the governor cooperates okay and he goes along with it and that's all we need but what happened is i think when you more pressure applied by the unions and because they work both sides of the aisle republicans and democrats in it means so much to them is far as the amount of work that film production provides in the state and it's just frustrating do you feel confident that we could get a bill in front of governor parson and have him sign it providing some tax credits and if we did do that would more would some major oh in a minute you think they would come here this is a great place i mean look at ios arc's look at look we have the gate district just in saint louis alone it's just phenomenal we are a resource for for filmmaking and we're not taking advantage of it because i don't know i it's a losing battle i've been writing it for twenty something years now well let's go to the phones and see what our listeners have to say about that four three six seven nine hundred eight hundred nine to five eleven twenty he gives back.

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02:29 min | 2 years ago

"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"You think ex governor eric brightens have like a song he listened to as he was leaving the governor's mansion in his car as just a private citizen i wonder what song he would be listening to would it be this one dan i gotta imagine it's something like that this is not ice ice baby i dare you mix this up with ice ice baby whole generation does doesn't even know that song but outgoing governor grind signs seventyseven bills including a revenge porn law so hours before he was sent to leave office i'm sure he popped on his ipad reside pot or whatever it is and he started signing into laws as much as he could including a measure that makes it a crime to try to blackmail a person using a private sexual image same allegation not necessarily led to his downfall by kind of indirectly because he always had denied that sort of thing but this new law makes it a felony to threaten the non consensual dissemination of such an image by coercing another person refrained from an action he has knowledge having the affair but tonight criminal wrongdoing and refused to directly answer questions about whether he took the photo greitens cannot be charged under the law because it was not in effect at the time but he signed seventyseven bills into law while his company attorney a campaign attorney filed lastminute court papers opposing the disclosure of documents in movers loaded his personal belongings into the truck in the mansion it's a nice house all kinds of vehicles and cars up there i'm gonna guess that's a ford f one fifty that the governor's driving that i'm going to guess he drives a truck i'm just gonna guess at least by according to the pictures could couldn't i mean it could be one of the other vehicles there he had some black suv's looks very secret service sheena grains actually tweeted out a few things of him signing it there she is in the background of the one but now governor parsons said he wants to assure people that everything's fine and government is going to go forward do not look at the man behind the curtain it's he's gone that's governor grinds the man behind the curtain had said nothing even heard an interview with governor parson friday here on komo x which you can go to kim dot.

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01:47 min | 2 years ago

"governor parson" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Missouri has a new governor this morning i'm brian kelly camelot's news time is five four we'll have your forecast for you at five ten mike parson took the oath of office yesterday in jefferson city last evening becoming missouri's new governor and his post inauguration statement the new governor promised a change from the past several months of scandal was a statement that echo gerald ford's after the resignation of president richard nixon's on for decades ago missouri's new governor did not use ford's phrase about the end of a nightmare but mike parson did signal change we have an opportunity beginning today to have a fresh start in state government i believe now is the time for missouri to come together to work together and to help one another that's not an idle promise has a letter legislator parson had a reputation for reaching across party lines to build compromises from the state capital phil brooks newsradio eleven twenty komo i michael calhoun back from jefferson city after his swearing in governor parson took questions and answered one about appointing members to the state school board former governor greitens submitted pullback resubmitted nominees multiple times in an effort to pack the board with members who would fire the education commissioner new governor parsons says we we are very well aware of the school board the state school board we aim to get that board up and running as soon as we can he also says he's looking into whether he can appoint his successor as lieutenant governor came much news time is five.

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