A letter to the editor in the Jefferson City News-Tribune discusses corn ethanol, pointing out that it's not a cure-all for our energy problems, because the United States can't produce enough of it to match
On KY3's Political Notebook blog, a post discusses Gov. Matt Blunt vetoing the Quality Jobs Act. The main reason for this is that the bill became overbloated with excess spending through tax credits:
In the St. Louis Post-Dispatch today, an article discusses MO HealthNet, which Gov. Matt Blunt signed into law yesterday.
An amendment to the Missouri Constitution has been proposed to designate English as the state’s official language. The amendment is unnecessary because official business is already conducted in English, and immigrants continue to learn English as they have in the past. Public policy in Missouri should address more pressing concerns.
St. Louis County has instituted the second part of the legislation passed back in 2005 that requires occupancy permits in unincorporated areas of the county.
Over the weekend the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's Political Fix blog discussed Congress' attempt to reinstate the Fairness Doctrine.
Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court, in a 5-4 vote, decided that the Seattle, WA, and Louisville, KY, school assignment plans were unconstitutional, since the plans were based on race.