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Veto Challenge

Opponents of Governor Nixon’s veto of the tax cut bill are gathering forces for a showdown in September.  The annual veto session will see a challenge to Nixon’s decision.  We talked about it with Ray McCarty, President of Associated Industries Of Missouri:[display_podcast]

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Senator Kehoe On KWOS Open Air

A showdown at the veto session in September, and funding for Missouri roads & bridges. Just a couple of topics we covered with State Senator Mike Kehoe (R-Jefferson City) on KWOS Open Air:[display_podcast]

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Congressman Luetkemeyer On KWOS Open Air

Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer checked in on KWOS Open Air during his summer break.  We discussed immigration, energy, national security, agriculture and other topics.  Here’s our conversation:[display_podcast]

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Summer Study Time

Jefferson City State Representative Jay Barnes is busy this summer. He’s chairing a study committee looking into Medicaid. He updates us on KWOS Open Air:[display_podcast]

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Number Crunching Time

Jefferson City Mayor Eric Struemph is working on his city budget, to be presented to the Council on July 18th. He talked about this and other topics on KWOS Open Air:[display_podcast]

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The Business Of Washington

Ray McCarty, Director of Associated Industries Of Missouri, is leading a business delegation to Washington, DC this week.  They are voicing a number of business concerns to Missouri’s Congressional leaders.  He joined us from the Capital on KWOS Open Air:[display_podcast]

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What’s It Worth?

It’s the busiest time of year at the office of Cole County Assessor Chris Estes.  Property values have been determined, and notices have been sent to those whose value increased.  Mr. Estes explains the process on KWOS Open Air: [display_podcast]

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Floods, Funds and Fires

Jefferson City Administrator Nathan Nickolaus talks about next year’s budget, a new fire station, and flood control in his latest visit to KWOS Open Air:[display_podcast]

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Flying Into History

Jefferson City resident E. John Knapp was a B17 navigator on 35 missions over Europe in World War II.  One of those missions was over Normandy on D-Day, June 6th, 1944.  Here is his story, as told to his Son In Laws Warren Krech and Bill Arvold, and his Daughter Laura Arvold …

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