Maria Chappelle-Nadal

It's the first time the chamber has censured someone.
"There is no way in hell that I'm resigning," the legislator responds.
Brent Roske interviews State Senator Maria Chapelle-Nadal about her experience during the recent protests in Ferguson, Missouri
This article has been updated to include information from police. The shots did not appear to target Nadal. Joel Currier
The Ferguson police have been criticized for the way they have been treating protesters, including using tear gas on them
Missouri state senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal used the example of a pregnant woman who was tear-gassed and forced onto the ground to depict the unavoidable nature of violence in Ferguson.
"We have a First Amendment right. I support the First Amendment like crazy gun people support the Second Amendment, and I'll
Missouri State Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal sat down with HuffPost to talk about the recent theft video, showing Michael Brown just minutes before he was killed. She explained how theft does not equal death.
The state senator who tweeted "fuck you" to Missouri Governor Jay Nixon (D) last week defended her harsh choice of words, saying that "anyone who's going to get tear-gassed deserves to say a few f-bombs here and there."
"He has still yet to come to ground zero," she told Fox. "He has not spoken to the people who are the victims of this crisis
Chapelle-Nadal, has been critical of handling of events in Ferguson, holding police to account after she was tear-gassed
Welcome to the 'Dog Days' of summer, at the height of the political Silly Season. This year, one dog did indeed have his day in August, as 7-year-old 'Duke' just won a rather bizarre election to become mayor of Cormorant, Minnesota.
The tweets all came before Nixon visited Ferguson on Thursday and announced the Missouri Highway Patrol would assume control
Huffington Post reporter Ryan Reilly and Washington Post reporter Wesley Lowery were arrested Wednesday in Ferguson, Missouri
"The officer in question, who I repeatedly later asked for his name, grabbed my things and shoved them into my bag," said
She continued: “I'm the senator for the area, and I felt threatened. Everyone felt threatened." "He blew me off," she said
"The federal government is that dog barking at the end of its chain, that upon closer inspection has no teeth," he said. "They
Chappelle-Nadal said in a statement Wednesday that the move was inspired by numerous recent incidents in her district, during