McCloskey reacts after court says he can’t complete community service with right wing group
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Supreme Court this week rejected Republican U.S. Senate candidate Mark McCloskey and his wife’s request to give free legal services to the right-wing organization Project Veritas as a condition of their probation. The court, in an order filed Wednesday, found that the conservative group, which produces undercover videos of Democratic candidates and progressive organizations, did not fit the requirements of an organization that helps Missourians in need. McCloskey told The Kansas City Star Thursday he would continue submitting to the court political organizations...