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Remember when the MOGOP said they cared about ethics reform?

Remember (a few weeks ago) when Republican leadership in the Missouri legislature were serious about passing real ethics reform this session?

Throwback Thursday: Remember when MOLeg Republicans were serious about ethics reform?

Remember when Republican leadership in the Missouri legislature were serious about passing real ethics reform this session? It was just five months ago, but now it appears they may even fail to pass what amounts to baby steps forward for Missouri's ethics laws.

Cynthia Davis is 100% Behind Catherine Hanaway's 'Sexual Permissiveness' Theories

Cynthia Davis devoted her entire weekly newsletter to defending Catherine Hanaway against "short-sighted, small-minded, and cruel people" who found her remarks on working mothers and "sexual permissiveness" bizarre and offensive.

Rowden Condemns Paycheck Deception Attacks as "Purely Political"

Last Friday, State Representative Caleb Rowden joined the Gary Nolan Show to defend his vote against the paycheck deception bill that narrowly passed the House last week. Rowden had the following exchange with Nolan and stated the obvious: paycheck deception is a purely partisan attack on Missouri workers. 

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