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Missouri Media Seek Professor Bowman’s Expertise on Impeachment

Professor Frank Bowman’s blog, Impeachable Offenses, focuses on federal impeachment procedures. However, as the Missouri General Assembly is set to convene in a special session on May 18 to consider whether or not to impeach Missouri Governor Eric Greitens, various Missouri media outlets recently contacted Bowman to help explain the process. On KY3 TV in Springfield, Mo., Bowman explains that,…

Professor Bowman Quoted on Missouri’s Impeachment Process

Professor Frank Bowman was quoted in an article recently published in The Kansas City Star focusing on a Missouri House of Representatives committee formed to investigate the allegations against Governor Eric Greitens, who was indicted last month for felony invasion of privacy. In the article, Professor Bowman says that the Missouri Constitution does not require that the governor be proved…

Professor Reuben Quoted on Use of Campaign Funds

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch recently quoted Professor Richard Reuben in an article regarding Missouri Governor Eric Greitens’ use of campaign funds. The article, “Greitens Campaign Paid to Bring in Candidate for Top Missouri Schools Job, Report Shows,” discusses the criticism surrounding Governor Greitens’ alleged attempts to nominate members of the state school board who will remove the current commissioner and…

Professor Lambert Advises State and Federal Policymakers on Regulation

Professor Thom Lambert recently addressed policymakers at both the state and federal levels on principles for sound regulation. On October 26, Professor Lambert spoke to the general counsels and various staff members of Missouri regulatory agencies.  He discussed his recent book, How to Regulate: A Guide for Policymakers and offered advice on streamlining state regulations as part of regulatory reform efforts…