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Sedalia City Council Split on Smoking Ban, Mayor Elaine Horn Decides to Make No Changes to Ban For Now

The Sedalia City Council met Saturday morning (Oct. 12) in a work session with only one item on the agenda: Sedalia's smoking ban.  After the city council split 4-4 on a vote to leave the current smoking ban unchanged, Mayor Elaine Horn's tie-braking vote supported the option, resulting in no changes to the ban.  The city council may revisit the issue in 60 days.

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Hilarious Survey Reveals Americans Like Witches and Hemorrhoids More Than Congress

With the government shutdown rolling on, it’s no surprise to hear Americans don’t exactly have a high opinion of Congress.

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Government Shutdown

Huntin’ and Fishin’ with Harry Slams the Government Shutdown, Redneck Style [AUDIO] [OPINION]

Well, you know I don't keep my mouth shut, so I'm fixin' to climb up on a soap box. Okay, as you know, I am not an Obamunist, I am a God-fearing, gun-lovin' American that has heard enough of the BS. I hope that the Republicans (my party) stand fast and don't give an inch. Play the audio below to hear my thoughts on this government shutdown, and let me know what you think in the comments.

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Sedalia Bar Owners and Citizens Fill the City Council Chambers to Protest Smoking Ban

The Sedalia City Council met at City Hall last night (Oct. 7), and once again, it was not a quiet meeting. A large number of bar owners, and other citizens filled the chamber to wait their turn at the microphone in order to protest the smoking ban, a ban which many business owners said has nearly put them out of business.

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Congress Gridlocked Over Continuing Resolution Legislation
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Federal Government Shuts Down, No One Knows for How Long

As of 12:01 a.m. EST on Tuesday, the federal government closed down. Congressional leaders in the House of Representatives and the Senate were unable to reach an agreement on a budget or a temporary fix, known as a continuing resolution, before the start of the new fiscal year on October 1.

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George H.W. Bush
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Former President George H. W. Bush Serves As Witness at Gay Wedding

Former President George H.W. Bush is throwing his support behind gay marriage...sort of.

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Photo by Micah Chrisman
Photo by Micah Chrisman

Student Organization at the University of Central Missouri Raises Awareness About Human Trafficking

International Justice Mission's (IJM) student chapter at the University of Central Missouri raised awareness about human trafficking with their "Choose Freedom" event outside the student Union on Wednesday and Thursday (Sept. 25-26). The IJM chapter had students paint their hands red and press their fingerprints against a big, black "X," which stands for the "End It Movement," a global effort to stop modern day slavery.

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Bottom’s Up Hosting “Burn the Ban” Party, Counting Down to Sedalia’s Smoking Ban

At 12:01 a.m. on Sept. 1, smokers will have to snuff out their cigarettes and bar owners will empty their ashtrays as Sedalia's smoking ban goes into effect. Although the ban passed with a 6-2 vote at a city council meeting last June, not everybody is happy about it. Bottom's Up, a Sedalia bar affected by the ban, will be holding a "Burn the Ban" party, counting down the minutes on Saturday night until smokers can no longer comfortably light up inside.

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Obama Rodeo Clown
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Rodeo Clown Wearing Obama Mask Draws Criticism at Missouri State Fair

On Saturday night (Aug. 10), a rodeo clown decided to put a Barack Obama mask on as part of a bull riding skit at The Missouri State Fair. The reaction to this story has already reached mainstream media outlets, and the performance has received mixed reviews throughout the state.

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Art Dorsch
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Apartment Tenant Furious He’s Being Forced to Either Get Rid of His Guns or Move Out

UPDATED August 8 9:35 a.m.: The county's housing partnership, which bought the apartment complex with public funds, has elected not to enforce the policy, claiming its board of directors had no knowledge about the new rule.

The right to bear arms is once again being challenged, but this time it comes with a unique twist.

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