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Missouri voters should vote "yes" on Amendment 3. A "yes" vote is a chance to correct a mistake made two years ago, but more importantly, a vote necessary to protect Missouri communities, both in the physical sense, and in communities of interest as well.

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During the 2020 legislative session, the Missouri House made a commitment to expanding broadband internet to the nearly 1 million Missourians who do not have it. The legislature approved House Bill 1768 to ensure the state is able to keep and utilize vital funds meant to expand access.

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Missouri voters approved the Clean Missouri Amendment by a 2-to-1 margin in 2018. The Clean Missouri plan would make redistricting fair and transparent. Amendment 3 on this year’s ballot would negate the anti-gerrymandering provisions of the Clean Missouri Plan.

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It’s great to be the bearer of good news. Each summer the staff of the Courier-Tribune and Gladstone Dispatch have the privilege of announcing the winners of our annual Best of the Northland contest. The list of this year’s honorees fills the pages of the special edition published in the Jul…

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