Oct 19, 2015

Somebody’s Gotta Pay for Ferguson: Governor Wants Special Assembly Session | PJ Media

Gov. Jay Nixon (D-Mo.) has called for a special session of the Missouri General Assembly to deal with paying for the Missouri Highway Patrol and National Guard to continue patrolling the streets and protecting the police department in Ferguson, Mo.Protests followed the shooting death of Michael Brown and the grand jury decision not to file criminal charges in the case, turning into riots that...

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