If Elected Attorney General, Missouri Democrat Says He’ll Be Less Partisan | KCUR 89.3

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Finneran doesn’t think Schmitt should remain in a lawsuit aimed at striking down the Affordable Care Act. “There’s a significant risk we could lose some of the protections we’ve enjoyed for years,” Finneran says. The St. Louis lawyer also sees a need for a holistic approach to reducing violent crime in Missouri which has also gone up on Schmitt’s watch.

  • Rich Finneran, Democratic candidate for attorney general of Missouri





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