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Missouri Names Rush Limbaugh Day

The Missouri House of Representatives have voted on a bill that would declare each Jan. 12 as “Rush Limbaugh Day.” The late conservative talk show host was born in Cape Girardeau on Jan. 12, 1951. He passed away from stage 4 lung cancer in February.

“Rush demonstrated courage to speak boldly and encouraged his listeners and viewers to reach for their dreams and to push onward beyond the naysayers and discouragers that we all encounter in life,” Ashland Republican Rep. Sara Walsh said, according to the Associated Press.

The bill, which still has to pass in the state Senate, also recognizes the first week in September as “Fox Trotter Week” and would honor famous Black Missourians George Washington Carver and Buck O’Neil.

The GOP-controlled House passed the bill, but not without opposition from Democratic state lawmakers. In a statement, Kansas City Democratic Rep. Ashley Bland Manlove criticized Limbaugh’s “constant attacks on Black people and other people of color.”

Fellow Kansas City Democratic Rep. Ashley Aune said, “As a victim of sexual assault myself, their decision to enshrine a person who attempted to invalidate one of the most traumatic experiences of my life and the lives of other women and men is nothing short of infuriating.”

The move to annually honor Limbaugh was also panned by the editorial board of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, who slammed the House for denying a similar honor to Missouri native Walter Cronkite. The article speaks of Cronkite’s accomplishments, while denouncing Limbaugh who they opine “was as divisive as Cronkite was unifying.”


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