Post Scripts: Crime in St. Louis, NGA move, and Amendment 7

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ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI) – This week, FOX 2's Elliot Weiler, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's national and political editor Christopher Ave and the Post-Dispatch's City Hall reporter Nicholas J.C. Pistor recap the week's news and political headlines.

Topics include the rash of crime in more heavily populated areas near or in downtown St. Louis, a look into the candidates and issues St. Louis financier Rex Sinquefield supports, and the latest on spending to support and defeat Missouri's upcoming ballot measure what could raise the state income tax to support infrastructure spending.

The panel also looks at who's trending up and down for the week, and what to keep an eye on for next week.

  • Post Scripts: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  • Post Scripts: Amendment 7 MoDOT
  • Post Scripts: Weekly News Trends


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  • Yeahrt

    St.Louis(City) is not a “big city”. Downtown St. Louis is the size of a postage stamp compared to Chicago or N.Y. This video says everything about what the politicians and their guard want to impress and that is…that….It is all about the image and It ain’t that bad!

  • TheREALByeBye2TheExtremeRite

    The issue is EASY for Amendment 7 – JUST VOTE NO!!!

    This is to give us working people the LARGEST SALES TAX INCREASE IN MISSOURI HISTORY thanks to Republicans, and of COURSE rich man Rex “Inherited Everything” Sinquefield is FOR this sales tax increase, so he can have a half-mil income tax CUT on his millions in investment income (no work involved!) thanks to Republicans.

    So it’s EASY: If rich man Rex is for it, then WE should be AGAINST it! Simple as that!

    VOTE NO ON THE SALES TAX INCREASE. Save yourself money. Make Rex pay his income tax.

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