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Former legislator pushes for transparency

Sedalia Democrat
September, 20th 2010

Former state Rep. Carl Bearden is pushing expanded government transparency through a new statewide conservative group.

Read more: http://www.sedaliademocrat.com/news/former-27038-missouri-transparency.html


Interview with Carl Bearden

Springfield Biz Journal
August 9-15, 2010

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Prop C vote isn’t just ‘yes’ or ‘no’

Lake News Online
July 28th, 2010

On Aug. 3, all eyes in the nation will turn toward Missouri, as voters in the Show-Me State become the first anywhere to cast a ballot concerning the federal health care plan foisted upon them.

Read more: http://www.lakenewsonline.com/opinions/x964851694/Prop-C-vote-isn-t-just-yes-or-no


KMOX 8-1-2010

KMOX
August 1, 2010

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Vote ‘yes’ on Proposition C

Kansas City Star
July, 27th, 2010

On Aug. 3, all eyes in the nation will turn toward Missouri, as voters in the Show-Me State become the first anywhere to cast a ballot concerning the federal health care plan foisted upon them.

Read more: http://www.kansascity.com/2010/07/27/2112079/vote-yes-on-proposition-c.html


Health Care Freedom Act battles intrusion

Columbia Daily Tribune
July, 27th, 2010

On Aug. 3, all eyes in the nation will turn toward Missouri, as voters in the Show-Me State become the first anywhere to cast a ballot concerning the federal health care plan foisted upon them.

Read more: http://www.columbiatribune.com/news/2010/jul/27/bearden/?commentary


MISSOURI’S PROPOSITION C

National Center for Policy Analysis
July, 28th, 2010

On Aug. 3, all eyes in the nation will turn toward Missouri, as voters in the Show-Me State become the first anywhere to cast a ballot concerning the federal health care plan foisted upon them.

Read more: http://www.ncpa.org/sub/dpd/index.php?Article_ID=19630


PRO: Prop C would send a strong message

Carl Bearden ~ Southeast Missourian
July, 25th, 2010

Carl Bearden is looking for a little clarity.

On Aug. 3, all eyes in the nation will turn toward Missouri as voters in the Show Me State become the first anywhere to cast a ballot concerning the federal health care plan foisted upon them. A yes vote on Proposition C — the Health Care Freedom Act — will tell the nation that Missourians have looked at this expensive, ill-conceived and unhealthy measure and reject it.

Read more: http://www.semissourian.com/story/1651765.html


Vote Yes on Proposition C

Carl Bearden ~ St. Louis Beacon
July, 25th, 2010

Carl Bearden is looking for a little clarity.

On Aug. 3, all eyes in the nation will turn toward Missouri as voters in the Show Me State become the first anywhere to cast a ballot concerning the federal health care plan foisted upon them. A yes vote on Proposition C — the Health Care Freedom Act — will tell the nation that Missourians have looked at this expensive, ill-conceived and unhealthy measure and reject it.

Read more: http://www.stlbeacon.org/content/view/103918/74/


New group picks Liberty for lesson in transparency

Ray Weikal ~ Liberty Tribune
July, 22th, 2010

Carl Bearden is looking for a little clarity.

Bearden is the executive director of United for Missouri, a new nonprofit organization started to promote limited and transparent government.

Read more: http://www.libertytribune.com/2010072210094/news/community-news/new-group-picks-liberty-for-lesson-in-transparency.html


Bearden: Proposition C protects state rights of Missouri

News-Leader.com
July, 22th, 2010

On Aug. 3, all eyes in the nation will turn toward Missouri, as voters in the Show-Me State become the first anywhere to cast a ballot concerning the federal health care plan foisted upon them. A “yes” vote on Proposition C – the Health Care Freedom Act – will tell the nation that Missourians reject this expensive, ill-conceived and unhealthy measure..

Read more: http://www.news-leader.com/article/20100722/OPINIONS02/7220316/Bearden++Proposition+C+protects+state+rights+of+Missouri


New group lauds MFPD’s transparency

Mike Anthony ~ Call Newspapers
July, 21th, 2010

A new statewide organization believes local governments should emulate the transparency of the Mehlville Fire Protection District.

Read more: http://www.callnewspapers.com/Articles-i-2010-07-21-246067.112112_New_group_lauds_MFPDs_transparency.html


New, conservative group emerges with familiar face (AUDIO)

BRENT MARTIN ~ MissouriNet
July, 20th, 2010

A new conservative group has emerged in Missouri. While the group might be new, the person behind it is familiar.

Read more: http://www.missourinet.com/2010/07/20/new-conservative-group-emerges-with-familiar-face-audio/

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New group wants Cape Girardeau spending data to be placed online

Rudi Keller ~ Southeast Missourian
July, 15th, 2010

A new statewide organization promoting transparency in government has suggestions for Cape Girardeau.

Read more: http://www.semissourian.com/story/1649416.html


A new grassroots group travels to Cape to call for more government openness

July, 14th, 2010

A Springfield, Missouri-based grassroots group visited Cape Wednesday to call for the city government to be more transparent to its citizens! United for Missouri is visiting four state cities this week in an effort to call for city councils to be more accountable to their residents.

Read more: http://www.960kzim.com/Default.aspx?tabid=595&mid=1935&ctl=Details&ItemID=22481


New grass-roots group United for Missouri pushes for government transparency

By Kathryn Wall, Springfield News-Leader
July, 14th, 2010

United for Missouri officially announced its formation Monday as a grass-roots organization based in Springfield.

Read more: http://www.news-leader.com/article/20100714/NEWS01/7140420/New-grass-roots-group-United-for-Missouri-pushes-for-government-transparency


With help from Sinquefield, Bearden launching groups focused on state issues

By Jo Mannies, Beacon Political Reporter
July, 7th, 2010

Former state Rep. Carl Bearden, a St. Charles County Republican, has announced he’s stepping down as state director of Americans for Prosperity — a free-market, small-government advocacy group — to help launch two new Missouri-focused groups.

Read more: http://www.stlbeacon.org/content/view/103472/314/