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Eric Schmitt, Missouri Attorney General, speaks to the media on Monday, Nov. 29, 2021, outside of the Thomas F. Eagleton U.S. Courthouse in St. Louis. Schmitt held the press conference after a federal judge temporarily blocked the Biden administration's vaccine mandate for most health care workers.
Brian Munoz
St. Louis Public Radio
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt filed lawsuits against school districts on Friday and Monday in an ongoing effort to force schools to abandon COVID-19 mitigation policies.
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St. Louis physician Dr. Hanna Ha recently uncovered a surprising secret about her mother: Before fleeing Vietnam, she’d been a rock star in her native Saigon. On Tuesday’s show, we’ll explore how that hidden history came to light — and what’s driving new interest in Vietnam’s 1960s music scene.