…in a mighty wind.
Title IX is a right wingnut issue these days. Who? Why?
The sponsor of HB 573, Dean Dohrman (r), at a university homecoming parade in 2017:
Bet they reconsider the invitation for the next one?
Who’s paying for all of this? Why are they paying for this? They’re not particularly transparent:
It’s not a “coalition” until you show everyone else who is in it.
At the Missouri Ethics Commission:
Kingdom Principles, Inc. – Active
612 E. Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City, MO 65101
Lobbyist From To
Alsager, Matthew Dennis 02/27/2018 Present
Bernskoetter, Brian 03/12/2019 Present
Berry, Dave 03/08/2019 Present
Brown, Travis Howard 03/08/2019 Present
Brunnert, Zachary ‘Zach’ 03/07/2019 Present
Clarkston, Heath 03/05/2019 Present
Dempsey, Tom 03/08/2019 Present
Dozier, Cheryl Lynne 03/07/2019 Present
Flotron, Francis ‘Franc’ E. 03/07/2019 Present
Harness, Kathryn 03/07/2019 Present
Harris, James 03/07/2019 Present
Hemphill, Deanna Lynn 03/08/2019 Present
Hirschman, Janet 03/07/2019 Present
King, Tracy 03/08/2019 Present
Lakin, Joe 03/10/2019 Present
McCracken, David 03/07/2019 Present
McIntosh, Richard 02/27/2019 Present
Nelson, Doug 03/05/2019 Present
Robbins, Thomas 03/12/2019 Present
Schaefer, Kurt 03/05/2019 Present
Schlosser, Lynne 03/08/2019 Present
Stouffer, Bill 03/07/2019 Present
Zamkus, Jason Matthew 03/07/2019 Present
That’s going to cost a lot of money.
Lobbyist From To
Iman, Kyna 03/07/2019 03/08/2019
That was a short association.
550 KTRS St. Louis @550KTRS
Why is dark money in Missouri attempting to raise support for legislation that would weaken #TitleIX regulations? @tonymess explains, discusses with @McGrawMilhaven:
Why is a dark money group attempting to pass legislation that will weaken Title IX regulations on college campuses in Missouri? Metro columnist Tony Messenger discusses this disturbing situation.
Yeah, about that “emergency clause”.
HB 573: Why? Who? (March 9, 2019)
SB 259: Really? For what purpose? (March 11, 2019)