WATCH: Local congressman discuss renewed push to be more bipartisan
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – From the hate and violence the gunman displayed arose a new sense of unity in a place known for division, Washington D.C.
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“This might, just might, be a turning point,” Democrat Rep. Emmanuel Cleaver II said in an interview with 41 Action News.It’s that idea that congressmen Emmanuel Cleaver and Kevin Yoder share and are bringing their hope of bipartisanship home.Thousands witnessed it in action at the ballpark Thursday night.”We all lined up together or all …