Normally, doesn't the paper refer to an individual with his/her professional honorific when the individual is a doctor, at least in the first reference? For example, "Dr. Tim Benson ..."
Maybe I'm wrong, though; just going by what I seem to recall in past articles that interview or mention doctors.
I don't know Hartzler's track record on veterans.
I do know Phyllis Schlafly is an alarming extremist, and that Hartzler is her ally and friend.
All anyone has to do is look up Hartzler and Schlafly to see this.
But that's what the voters wanted, apparently.
Ditto re: Jay Barnes who is an operative for the Missourians for Life, an organization that will allow nothing to get done or fixed unless it has to do with abortion.
We deserve the government we get.
Hartzler's mentor and ally, Phyllis Schlafly, must be very pleased.
.... if the proposition passes.
If the residents decide to end the tax in one election, then they lose their power to ever vote on such a tax again.
Yes, well written.
I've always liked the word penultimate. We don't use it nearly enough, imnsho.
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