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State Sovereignty: Mike Moon, Rick Brattin, and Jeff Pogue

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It's Not About Right and Left. It's About Right and Wrong!

Every issue, every debate, every bill introduced and passed, every campaign for a seat to represent the people ought to focus on one single question. What does this idea, this bill, this candidate do to emphatically say "We are Missouri. In accordance with the contract between the 50 sovereign States we are in charge here! Get thee behind me Washington. Return to your realm of those powers we delegated to you. At home, WE RULE." To answer that question, the single most importnat piece of legislation introduced this session has been HB 215. HB 215, the Anti-Commandeering Requirement was second read on 1/8. Still, this bill has not been assigned a committee. What's up with that? We'll talk with Mike Moon for our Friday Night update, and this will be the central question.

Then, Representative Rick Brattin will join us. Rep Brattin has introduced a bill to limit the use of food stamps, restricting their use to essential food staples and eliminating high end food items from eligibility. Already there's been pushback from those who feel your tax dollars should be used to purchase foods for recipients that you can't even afford. We'll discuss this bill and the pushback.

Finally, in an action packed evening, Representative Jeff Pogue will come along to discuss his bill on Consitutional Carry. In the daily news we see State after State reducing the requirtements on concealed carry to one; do you breath air, if so, you have the right to protect that status.

Join BTR featured host Dave and his trusty partner Mike Slack tonight as we explore the world of Right and Wrong. It's live at 7PM Missouri Time and you are welcome to participate. 347-677-1835

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