Sorry to play the blame game here, people, but the HOUSE COULD HAVE voted with common sense and avoided sequestration in the FIRST PLACE. Further, Missouri could have voted to allow the medicaid expansion. Further examples of the current elected state and national government not doing their jobs and especially republicans avoiding common sense and compromise! You reap what you sow!
Why would it not be compromised of all entities mentioned in 1 and 2?
Give me a break, Connor. Or better yet, give me the gun you have hidden under your seat. You seem to admit that those with guns may use them in a threatening way to MAKE others "a lot more thoughtful and polite". Scary.
What an incredibly stupid waste of taxpayers time. So now even the protectors can't protect us from you gun-loving crazies. (Luckily this will never stick-hence, waste of time)
Everyone is already paying for it, Connor, we have for years. The whole point to to reduce premiums overall over the long-term by preventing pregancies and other reproductive complications. You have to think smarter and more long-term to solve problems. Do you have any evidence that the small portion of employees who wanted prescription coverage and who are now getting it is somehow forcing organizations to lay off and downsize? Sounds like you bought into fear mongering!
I agree, Kentheco. My thoughts exactly. Wasting time and energy on things they know conflict with federal law just so they can look good to hordes of Missouri voters who aren't educated enough on the topics to know better!
Good for them! Doing things that are legal, legally. I have no doubt as to why newstribune included this article to be read by Jeff Citians! They love to rile up the small-minded.
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Ummm. What experts? I think the overall patterns are very clear. No one doubts this in 2013, do they? Maybe just Gus.
Perfect example of why military and professionals NEED these kinds of weapons, and the general public does NOT need grenades and explosive devices!
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