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ONCEMORE1 - REBEL MEDIA: You\'re a grand old flag - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
The tone of both your posts on this topic indicate a disdain for the unequal distribution of federal taxes paid back to the States that paid them. I feel many on this site share that feeling. But by not mentioning the other, more personal disparity of the Government's virtual seizure of working people's earned income through taxation and subsequent distribution to non-workers, non-earners,…
WarCry - Quincy Police Blotter for July 23, 2014 - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
I don't believe employees are allowed to have/use cellphones in the courtrooms. That's where they're not allowed. I've been in a lot of the other offices - with my phone - that are in the courthouse. The restriction is specifically for the disturbance that you KNOW would be caused in courtrooms. And that's not even talking about people that would try and be a-holes recording…
mizzznicki - Quincy Police Blotter for July 23, 2014 - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
im sorry, but what idiot leaves their residence or vehicle unlocked. if thats the case the police should b able to look at the "victim" & just give an oh-well shrug like I do my preschoolers. what else do they expect to happen?
pjohnf - REBEL MEDIA: "Stay out!" - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Videoing Quinn is hardly a crime and I thought politicians wanted transparency. If Quinn can't speak and have his remarks taped , maybe he has something to hide.
pjohnf - Too many governments? Downstate has the biggest share - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Us down staters like local control and certainly don't want the state to control any of our taxing bodies. We may have too many tax bodies but it gives us local control which is good thing. Centralization is a bad thing as shown by the Obama government and the Quinn/Madigan cabal which are out of control. The corrupt Chicago thug democrats have virtually destroyed Illinois and we in down state…

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Missouri Farmers Care Raises $197,119 to Help Pass Farming Rights Amendment

6 months ago From Missouri Farmers Care

562 donors contributed to record quarter for Missouri Farmers Care

 

  

Missouri Farmers Care, a coalition of over 40 agriculture organization in the state, announced today that they raised $197,119 in the final three months of 2013. These funds will be used to help pass Constitutional Amendment 1, the Missouri Farming Rights Amendment, in 2014.

 

Farmers, ranchers, and agriculture supporters from across the state helped raise $134,619 prior to in the final quarter of 2013. In total, 562 supporters contributed to Missouri Farmers Care during this time period. Finally, Missouri Farmers Care member organizations contributed another $62,500 at the end of the year with more member organizations pledging funds in 2014.

 

"We have really seen the agricultural community rally around the Missouri Farming Rights Amendment," Missouri Farmers Care Chairman Don Nikodim said. "We have always been fortunate to receive the generous support of many farmers and ranchers but people really stepped up to meet the challenge of passing this important amendment. Their generosity has Missouri Farmers Care and the Missouri Farming Rights Amendment in a great position for 2014."

 

Constitutional Amendment 1 was referred to the voters by the Missouri General Assembly in 2013. HJR 7&11 was passed with large bipartisan majorities, 132-yes to 25-no in the State House, and 28-yes to 6-no in the State Senate.

 

"Missouri's agriculture community is committed to reaching out to voters to explain the need for the Farming Rights Amendment," Nikodim said. "Agriculture is Missouri's top industry and the lifeblood of our rural communities and look forward to making our case to all voters in the state."

 


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