After breaking a 37-hour filibuster led by Democratic senators, state Republicans are getting ready to pass a bill that would protect business owners from punishment if they choose to deny service to LGBT couples.
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Spence Jackson, former spokesman for Missouri’s Republican auditor Tom Schweich, remained a loyal soldier weeks after his boss committed suicide in the wake a nasty campaign for governor. But last week, Jackson took his own life.
Tom Schweich accused fellow Missouri Republicans of starting a whisper campaign with anti-Semitic undertones. Just before he was scheduled to go public with his claims, he shot himself.