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Missouri lawmakers want to add $8 to the pending state budget for tin foil hats. The taxpayer funds would be used to buy high density aluminum to make hats for those who oppose Common Core. The proposed Missouri budget with the sophomoric mocking gesture included, heads for a full house vote this week. The Missouri... Read more »Missouri Lawmakers Request Funds For Tin Foil Hat Making Suppli...

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