passes resolution opposing the detainment or transportation of prisoners who were held at Guantanamo.

Here’s the meat of HCR 16 (passed 125-29 today)

Now, therefore, be it resolved that the members of the House of Representatives of the Ninety-fifth General Assembly, First Regular Session, the Senate concurring therein, hereby strongly urge the United States Congress to reject any act of asylum, containment, transport, imprisonment, or medical care in regard to suspected terrorists from any United States operated foreign prison present within the State of Missouri;

a) The resolution doesn’t offer any suggestions about where the prisoners can be held.

b) Any act of transport would technically include putting prisoners in a plane where the route from Guantanamo to ADX Florence would go over Missouri.

c) I hope no one tells Clint Tracy that prisoners get free health care.

d) This will get a lot of aye votes and do nothing of note. Which is the perfect thing to vote Aye on. Especially since the odds of Missouri housing suspected terrorist defendants are not exactly good.