A federal judge ruled that President Trump's declaration of a national emergency to divert funds to build the border wall was unlawful. Actress Jane Fonda was arrested during a climate change protest outside the capitol. Plus, Sen. Josh Hawley discusses the impeachment inquiry and Trump's decision to pull troops out of Syria.
The Missouri Supreme Court takes up a case to decide what will be required of voters when they go to the polls. Plus, Governor Mike Parson stops by Ozark to discuss workforce development and infrastructure. And the impeachment inquiry continues for President Trump as a new whistleblower comes forward.
Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, announces an impeachment inquiry into President Trump over a controversial phone call he had with Ukraine's president. Life expectancy dropped in Missouri, likely due to an increase of deaths among young people. A lawsuit over restrictions on large animal farms continues. And a portion of Missouri's anti-abortion law has been blocked.
A restraining order on industrial farm restrictions in Missouri has been lifted, meaning the law has finally gone into effect. Governor Mike Parson is sending help in the form of Missouri Highway Patrol troopers to St. Louis to reduce violent crime. Plus, the status of Missouri's lawsuit against Purdue Pharmaceuticals now that the company has filed for bankruptcy.
Show Me Politics' Madison Hever talks medicaid drops with State Rep. Crystal Quade (D-Springfield). How many people have been dropped from the program, what legislators discussed at an unofficial house hearing and what Quade says she'll push for into the next session.
Show Me Politics' Madison Hever sits down with Missouri State Rep. Warren Love (R-Osceola) to talk CAFO's and the controversy they've stirred throughout the state in this special edition of Show Me Politics.