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Why Missouri congresswoman slept on the Capitol steps

Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) slammed her House colleagues for adjourning for August recess without passing an extension of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s eviction moratorium for renters. CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux reports Bush slept overnight on the steps of the US Capitol in an effort to appeal to her colleagues to extend the moratorium.
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I-29 southbound to close briefly Sunday morning in SW Iowa, NW Missouri

(Hamburg) — A portion of Interstate 29 in southwest Iowa and northwest Missouri will be closed Sunday morning. The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office says I-29 southbound south of the Hamburg exit will close Sunday at 7 a.m. so that an accident scene can be cleaned up at the 122 mile marker in Missouri. The clean up is estimated to take between one and two hours.
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Hitting The Streets With Vaccine Facts | Overland Park Mayoral Race | Restaurant Funding Inequality

Segment 1, beginning at 0:57:26 As COVID-19 cases rise across the state of Missouri, health workers are in neighborhoods to talk with residents one on one. Despite creative advocacy efforts, the full vaccination rate in Kansas City, Missouri, is only 39%. Health workers from Samuel U. Rodgers Health Center are going old school, knocking on doors to answer questions about and offer help to residents wanting to be vaccinated.
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Missouri lawmakers host bipartisan COVID-19 vaccine clinic

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — State lawmakers came together Saturday afternoon intending to get more people vaccinated in Missouri. The vaccine clinic comes as COVID-19 cases rise in Springfield. “This is bigger than politics,” said State Senator Lincoln Hough. ” It’s about your community and it’s about staying healthy and it’s about...