Jack Suntrup covers state government and politics for the Post-Dispatch.
The 4,000 acres have long been a target of House Republicans, who have sought to force the sale of the property.
Democrats sued state Rep. Nick Schroer in August, accusing him of moving out of his O'Fallon-based House district.
The ruling will likely mean more legal headaches for other slot machine companies operating in Missouri.
The central claim of the ad is that Galloway’s campaign accepted ‘nearly $500,000’ from a corrupt organization. But the ad doesn’t say the money came from the United Auto Workers, a union with thousands of members.
In election paperwork, Schroer lists a family friend’s address as his home, not his property in Defiance where his wife and daughters live.
In Missouri, cheap smokes reign. The state’s 17-cent tax on tobacco products is a fraction of the $2.98 per pack charged in Illinois.
Some in the Legislature have questioned Lyndall Fraker’s ability to do the job.
At Vandalia, there were 180 active offender cases Tuesday, up from 8 on Friday.
Parson, a Republican, said during a news conference, ‘It’s a total political bias report that was done with no factual basis at all.’
The nugget on potential interference is just one piece of the memo, which is based on records a House committee obtained this summer.