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Jameson Man Seeks Presidency in 2016

What is his plan?

Dale Christensen, Jameson, an international businessman, entrepreneur and former professor of business, announced on Oct. 6 that he had filed with the Federal Exchange Commission to become the first Republican presidential candidate for the 2016 election.

Dale Christensen

Mr. Christensen extends a challenge to everyone in America to read the Constitution with family and neighbors, and talk about it and remember it.

“It’s the only thing

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A+ Program May Not Be Fully Funded

Brent Burke, A+ counselor at Gallatin R-5 High School, along with the approximate 120 high school students who have signed up for the A+ program, can do little more than wait for the Missouri Department of Higher Education to assess the magnitude of a funding shortfall.

The A+ program gives high school graduates who meet necessary criteria money for two years of classes at community college. The program began in

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Capitol Perspectives: Political Transformations

by Phill Brooks

During my professional career, I have experienced two major political transformations that fundamentally changed our society. Recent developments in Missouri make me wonder if we’re experiencing a similar transformation today involving gay rights — or, at least, gay marriages in Missouri.

The two political transformations in my time involved the Vietnam War and the civil rights movement. I’ve been thinking about those two changes as I’ve watched

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Health Departments Experience Funding Cuts, Scary Timing

The first case of Ebola diagnosed in the U.S. has some area residents concerned, and Cheryl Alexander, administrator at the Daviess County Health Department, said now is not the time for the state to be cutting funding.

“Maybe I’m overreacting,” she said, “but with the first case of Ebola in the US, the threat of the Enterovirus D68, and a Hepatitis A exposure at a restaurant in Springfield, it seems

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Capitol Perspectives: Dealing with Less

by Phill Brooks

The legislature’s sweeping tax cut bill passed this spring, followed by voter rejection of the transportation sales tax increase, has led me to think about the possible need for state government to slim down. Transportation officials acknowledge they will lack funds to maintain the state highway system within a few years.

Missouri already is more than $600 million below the goal the legislature itself set to assure

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Missouri Farm Bureau Opposes Amendment 3

Citing it as a “flawed” proposal, the Missouri Farm Bureau has officially opposed Amendment 3 and is encouraging its members to vote NO on Election Day. Their opposition continues the trend of other organizations and school boards coming out against Amendment 3.

Here is the full statement from the Missouri Farm Bureau:

“The Missouri Farm Bureau Board of Directors at their most recent board meeting voted to oppose Constitutional Amendment

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November’s Elections Won’t Resolve Much of Anything

by Lee H. Hamilton

Members of Congress are home now, campaigning for the upcoming elections. Their messages are all over the map, and for a good reason: they have very little to brag about.

The Congress that just recessed until after the elections makes the 80th — the one that Harry Truman blasted as “do-nothing” — look like a paragon of productivity. This year’s members did manage to avoid a

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Capital Report: Amendment 3 – Teacher Performance

by State Sen. Brad Lager

In today’s competitive environment, our state and our nation compete on a global playing field for the jobs of tomorrow. One of the key deciders of where a company locates is the quality of the workforce available. Therefore, the future of our state and nation rest directly on our ability to create a workforce that is capable of competing globally.

A 2014 Pearson Education report

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