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Should the University of Missouri start the semester with in-person classes?

Should the University of Missouri start the semester with in-person classes?

Yes

3

No

1

Yes

Should the University of Missouri start the semester with in-person classes?
3 Comments
Max DeYoung
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Max DeYoung

Why do we have to go to the hamburger, and select news, then go to the question of the day, to find the question of the day? Why is it no longer on the main display? Something funny going on in my opinion.

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Will Mason
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Will Mason

Either in person or money should be refunded. give students the service they paid for!

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Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

On-line indoctrination is less effective.

No

Should the University of Missouri start the semester with in-person classes?
1 Comment
Bruce Wylie
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Bruce Wylie

Unless masking is required

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Did you get the test emergency alert sent in error Tuesday?

Did you get the test emergency alert sent in error Tuesday?

Yes

9

No

0

Yes

9 Comments
Harry D
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Harry D

I was actually entertaining Barbara Gordan when she got a test message and had to suddenly leave. That's when I heard the sound of the Bat Phone ringing in my study. It was Barb's Dad, he said the Joker was spotted putting higher price tags on smaller items at the local stores. To the Bat Cave...

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Megan Williams
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Megan Williams

I got the alert, then a call from my husband asking where Gotham City, MO was. lol the googleing was real

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Kevin Wilkins
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Kevin Wilkins

Yes my wife and I did get it and it was hilarious

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Judy Martin
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Judy Martin

We both got the 'emergency' alert and the noise scared us half to death. Then we got the terrible noise again when they said they were cancelling it.

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Max DeYoung
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Max DeYoung

From Gotham City, Missouri. It does not exist. More loss of faith, in our government agencies.

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Lisa Gore
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Lisa Gore

Funny how IlTrumpo tweeted I’m Batman, just having some fun, 2 hours prior to the Batman-related Alert...ijs.

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HelenHighwater
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HelenHighwater

I was waiting for Batman to come and save the day.

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Jack L
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Jack L

Gotham City is the fictional city that Batman worked out of. Must have been a joke

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Harry D
Harry D

Must have been the Joker, you mean.

No

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Should Congress pass voting rights legislation?

Should Congress pass voting rights legislation?

Yes

6

No

9

Yes

Should Congress pass voting rights legislation?
6 Comments
JH
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JH

It's interesting to see all the people complaining about federal election takeover when these bills include things such as: requirement for independent redistricting so no more gerrymandering, prohibition on campaign spending by foreign nationals, improved election security, and better outlined...

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JH
JH

change the DOJ's current role when it comes to elections due to preclearance. But hey its like we are in the 1960s again and the right to vote and ones ability to is for some reason dangerous because there is power in minority numbers.

JH
JH

penalties for those who try to subvert peoples right and ability to vote whether or not a minority. Though the calls of this being federal election takeover is not much different than the same thing being said back when passage of the original VRA was going through the senate. It also does not...

Lisha Lammers
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Lisha Lammers

Equal voting rights for all Americans!

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Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

I agree. Voter ID, and no mail in ballots.

No

Should Congress pass voting rights legislation?
9 Comments
Leon Krueger
1
Leon Krueger

To my knowledge (even though many vote-fraud accusations haven't been verified), there are far more verified cases of vote fraud than verified cases of legally entitled voters denied their right to vote. I have no doubt that such cases would be broadly publicized if they existed.

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JH
JH

To an extent there are cases that are showcase creation of difficulty in voting such as closing of polling centers in minority areas, creating very nuanced things that make it harder to vote by mail or absentee without telling the public and other things that are minor but not at the same time

Will Mason
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Will Mason

Quit calling it "voting rights" it is a democrat fraud easing scheme. It makes cheating easier. Something democrats tend to cheer.

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David Kertz
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David Kertz

we do not need federal election laws, especially this one proposed. we need total voter id laws and minimal abstentee balllots that are verified well in advance of elections

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Fredrick Green
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Fredrick Green

Voting is left up to our states. Don't allow the federal government to change laws and take control. Why? Have you seen what happens when the government is left in control of something? Everything tends to mess up. Examples include public education, mail services, etc.

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Lisa Gore
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Lisa Gore

States are in charge of our voting rights, this allows us to regulate and make sure there is election integrity. These Federal rules take that accountability away. CoMo got $647,000 CTCL money, we wouldn’t know how much 2020 fraud went on in Boone county if it weren’t state-county local. Vote no!!

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Max DeYoung
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Max DeYoung

The Constitution gives the states the right to control the voting process. The democrats do not believe in the constitution. The United States, under its Constitution, is a federal, representative, democratic republic, an indivisible union of 50 sovereign States. Biden is trying to subvert the Law.

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Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

To make that easier to understand, the Biden administration, is crooked to the bone, and communist in nature.

JH
JH

Mr. DeYoung You are right to an extent but also wrong, Article 1 section 4 states, The Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof; but the Congress may at any time by Law make or alter such Regulations

Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

To JH, Yes your statement is true, but it requires a two-thirds majority vote in both the House of Representatives and the Senate. Good luck with that. What Biden is doing is called senseless Grandstanding.

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