The Campaign for Accountability has requested an investigation into actions by Missouri Senate President Pro Tem Ron Richard.
The Campaign for Accountability has requested an investigation into actions by Missouri Senate President Pro Tem Ron Richard. File photo
The Campaign for Accountability has requested an investigation into actions by Missouri Senate President Pro Tem Ron Richard. File photo

Watchdog group calls for investigation of Missouri Senate leader Ron Richard

April 19, 2017 02:37 PM

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