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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Travis Brown
Retired investment executive Rex Sinquefield, one of Missouri's most prominent and prolific political donors, says Gov. Jay Nixon is an "idiot" for vetoing an income tax cut that ultimately was enacted anyway by state lawmakers.
A Farmington teenager with autism who was reported missing by his family has been found.
Children used to have a disagreement at school and would have a night or a weekend to cool down, but social media and text messaging mean students can continue their dispute 24 hours a day, he said.
Fights involving young children, including girls, are increasing nationally, in part because of the wired world children now live in, said Travis Brown, a national expert on bullying and school violence.