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Missouri discrimination bill
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens will decide whether to sign a bill that would make proving discrimination by employers more difficult. A friend of Greitens’, Pat Kerr, told The Star’s Jason Hancock how the governor helped her win a discrimination trial last July. She said Greitens “helped me achieve justice.”
Greitens signed on Monday legislation that will bring Missouri into compliance with the Real ID Act.
New KCI poll
A new poll indicates support for a new single terminal at KCI is at 38 percent, about the same level of support as one year ago, Steve Vockrodt reports. Forty percent opposed the single terminal, while 22 percent were unsure.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions will face sharp questions Tuesday in testimony beore the Senate intelligence committee. The testimony should yield Sessions’ most extensive comments to date on questions regarding the Russia probe.
Topgolf at Arrowhead
Arrowhead Stadium will be turned into a Topgolf site, Pete Grathoff reports. The Topgolf Crush activity, which takes place temporarily in stadiums, will be open July 27 to 30 from 9 a.m. to midnight each day.
Rifles protecting students?
In light of news that the Shawnee Mission School District has armed resource officers with semi-automatic rifles, columnist Melinda Henneberger makes a case against such firepower in schools. “How much protection do those Smith & Wessons really offer against what’s still, thankfully, an incredibly unlikely danger?
“Making sure kids wear sunscreen every day would be far more likely to save some lives.”