The Daily Dish — April 7

Taxpayers could have to cover Rep. Emanuel Cleaver’s bad loan by Dave Helling and Steve Kraske, The Kansas City Star

$1.1 million: the bill taxpayers might have to foot to cover a bad loan for U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver’s car wash in Grandview, the Small Business Administration said Friday. In a lawsuit filed March 30, Bank of America said the company and Cleaver and his wife Diane owed more than $1.46 million in principal and interest on the loan.

Teacher tenure survives challenge but is changed by Bob Priddy, Missourinet

Teacher tenure will still be obtainable, just twice as hard to get, according to recent recommendations made by the state Senate. Chesterfield Senator Jane Cunningham settled on a requirement that teachers must remain in the same school district for ten years before qualifying for tenure, as opposed to the present five.


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