Missouri’s secretary of state and top legislative leaders said Wednesday that they will try to strengthen confidentiality protections for alleged abuse victims after a St. Louis County judge recently ordered a woman participating in a state-sponsored secrecy program to nonetheless reveal her home address. Read more from the Hannibal Courier-Post here.View
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Missouri’s Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft and state legislators are aiming to strengthen protection for participants in the state’s Safe at Home program. Several hundred victims of domestic violence and other crimes utilize the program, which allows them to use the Secretary of State’s office as their legal address. Read more from KBIA here.View
“[Jay Ashcroft] is the true conservative in this race, someone you can trust. I hope you’ll give him your support. I am certainly happy to give him mine.” – Mike Huckabee