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at a largely deserted Missouri Capitol in Jefferson City on Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021.

At about 11 a.M. Local time, the only people on the South Lawn of the Capitol in Jefferson City were residents snapping photos of themselves in front of the landmark building and news photographers talking shop.

The peaceful scene continued into the lunch hour as some light precipitation began to fall.

Missouri Highway Patrol and Capitol Police SUVs made regular laps around the Capitol complex and at one point officers brought out a dog to make a sweep.

– Austin Huguelet, Springfield News-Leader

In Springfield: Despite rumors of armed protests, peace and quiet at Missouri Capitol



KXLH-TV in Helena reported things were quiet Sunday around the state Capitol. The TV station reported an increased law enforcement presence, but no protesters.

Security has been increased at the Montana State Capitol  after the Jan. 6 protest at the U.S. Capitol.

“Our security team is actively monitoring the situation. We are working with our local, state and federal law enforcement partners to address any potential issues if they arise here at the Montana State Capitol,” said Amber Conger, the communications director for the state Department of Administration, in an email to The Missoulian.





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