This Week in Missouri Politics – April 23, 2017

Sen. Caleb Rowden joins the show to talk about the explosive past week in the Missouri legislature, followed up by a full panel of state reps, including Reps. Michael Butler, Tracy McCreery,  Rob Vescovo, and Justin Alferman.

This Week in Missouri Politics – April 16, 2017

On Sunday’s This Week in Missouri Politics, host Scott Faughn is joined by Congresswoman Ann Wagner to discuss her large fundraising totals in the first quarter of 2017, working with President Donald Trump in Washington D.C. and their burgeoning professional relationship, as well as why she has had such a long career in politics. “It’s…

This Week in Missouri Politics – April 9, 2017

Rep. Holly Rehder joins host Scott Faughn on a new episode of TWMP, backed up by Rep. Jean Evans, former state representative John Mayfield, Dave Cook of UFC655, and Democratic operative Patrick Lynn.

This Week in Missouri Politics – March 26, 2017

On Sunday’s episode of This Week in Missouri Politics in Kansas City, host Scott Faughn welcomes a full half-hour opinion maker panel of Fred Dreiling, the principal of Fred Dreiling, LLC; Independence Mayor Eileen Weir; Travis Smith, the vice president of Axiom Strategies; and Rep. Dan Houx, R-Warrensburg. They discuss the major pieces of legislation…

This Week in Missouri Politics – March 19, 2017

On Sunday’s episode of This Week in Missouri Politics, the legendary former Missouri Governor and Senator Christopher “Kit” Bond joins host Scott Faughn to discuss the biggest problems facing the state, his opinion on Gov. Eric Greitens and the job he’s done so far, as well as some advice he might have for the first…

This Week in Missouri Politics – March 12, 2017

Host Scott Faughn is joined by St. Louis Alderwoman Lyda Krewson, newly minted Democratic nominee for the next mayor of St. Louis. On the opinion maker panel, Faughn is joined by Husch Blackwell’s Jay Atkins, Remington Research’s Titus Bond and Reps. Donna Baringer and Paul Curtman.

This Week in Missouri Politics – March 5, 2017

On a special episode of This Week in Missouri Politics celebrating Women’s History Month, host Scott Faughn welcomes Wendy Doyle, the president and CEO of the Women’s Foundation, to discuss the role of the foundation and how their work is advancing progress for women in the state. “Everything we focus on is economic development, not…

This Week in Missouri Politics – February 26, 2017

On a special Lincoln Day weekend edition of This Week in Missouri Politics, Assistant Minority Floor Leader Gina Mitten joins host Scott Faughn talk about the Democratic caucus in Jefferson City, the debate over REAL ID, ethics, and her speciality: tort reform. Mitten has led the opposition on Republican efforts around tort reform measures like…

This Week in Missouri Politics – February 19, 2017

On this episode of This Week in Missouri Politics, freshman Sen. Bill Eigel joins host Scott Faughn to talk about the state budget, labor reform especially the debate over prevailing wage, his work on tort reform, and his plan to pay for improvements to Missouri’s transportation infrastructure via general revenue. “We have over $9 billion in general revenue…

This Week in Missouri Politics – February 12, 2017

This Week in Missouri Politics is back in Kansas City Sunday where we welcome a very special guest in Mayor Sly James. He and host Scott Faughn discuss the sense of optimism in the city and how it has become so successful in recent years. “We’ve been very very fortunate to have some good things…

This Week in Missouri Politics – February 5, 2017

On this Sunday’s episode of This Week and Missouri Politics, Sen. Paul Wieland, R-imperial, stops by the program to discuss the drama in the Missouri over a pay raise resolution. He and host Scott Faughn talk about some senators’ decision to recuse themselves from voting on HCR 4, his own decision to vote ‘yes’ on…

This Week in Missouri Politics – January 29, 2017

On Sunday’s episode of This Week in Missouri Politics, House Speaker Todd Richardson stops by the program to discuss a busy legislative week in Jefferson City. They discuss right-to-work passing through the Senate and how quickly it will go through the House, and the possibility it could get on Gov. Eric Greitens’ desk by Friday….