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Missouri State Representative Ken Wilson – “Dangerous Weather Wreaked Havoc”

As the legislature debated multiple bills and worked more hours, I found myself in the throes of a community tornado in need of relief. That Monday night a few weeks ago was not a typical evening for me.  Usually I would be in Jefferson City attending meetings and preparing for …

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Missouri State Representative Ken Wilson: Bringing Back the American Dream

Missouri State Representative Ken Wilson represents district 12 in the Missouri State House of Representatives. For more information on our Opinion Section and why we publish notes like these please click here. Cami Wagers is a small-business owner from Clay County. As the proprietor of Cook’s Corner Café in Smithville, …

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House Gives Initial Approval to Legislation Co-Sponsored by Rep. Ken Wilson to End Unfair Tax on Fitness

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The House gave approval recently to legislation that would protect Missouri taxpayers from what state Rep. Ken Wilson believes is an overly broad interpretation of the state’s entertainment tax. Cosponsored by Wilson, HB 1463 would exempt activities such as gym memberships, as well as dance and …

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State Representative Ken Wilson: Families and Christmas

Missouri State Representative Ken Wilson represents district 12 in the Missouri State House of Representatives. This is his December 16, 2015 newsletter. In it he discusses HB 42 which is the recent school transfer law that passed the legislature. For more information on our Opinion Section please click here. Being with family on Christmas …

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State Representative Ken Wilson Capitol Report: Elder Abuse & Ethics Pledge

Missouri State Representative Ken Wilson represents district 12 in the Missouri State House of Representatives. This is his November 10, 2015 newsletter. In it he discusses his intent to focus on elder abuse legislation and announces that he was the first to take a new ethics pledge for legislators. For more …

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Rep. Kevin Corlew Honored with “Champion of Justice” Award

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – To honor the efforts of State Representative Kevin Corlew for his work on improving the criminal justice system, the Missouri Association of Prosecuting Attorneys (MAPA) recently awarded him with the Legislative “Champion of Justice” award.  In particular, the award recognized Corlew’s efforts to improve expert-witness standards …

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State Representative Ken Wilson 2015 September Capitol Report

VETO SESSION. NO RIGHT TO WORK. “Missouri Unions Resorting To Underhanded Tactics To Oppose Right-to Work” and “’Right to Work’ override attempt defeated in the House” were the headlines after the important vote to House Bill 116. So many emails. So many calls. Everyone wanted to know how the General …

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Representative Ken Wilson: August 2015 Capitol Report

Missouri State Representative Ken Wilson represents district 12 in the Missouri State House of Representatives. This is his August Capitol Report. In it he discusses his position on the bonding efforts and the proposed prescription drug registry. For more information on our Opinion Section please click here. Position on Stadium Bonding Efforts Governor Nixon …

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From the Office of Ken Wilson May 15, 2015

Missouri State Representative Ken Wilson represents district 12 in the Missouri State House of Representatives. This is his May 7, 2015 newsletter. In it he discusses his frustrations with the lack of negotiations early in the legislative process. For more information on our Opinion Section please click here. Checks and balances, the backbone of the …

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From the Office of Ken Wilson May 7, 2015

Missouri State Representative Ken Wilson represents district 12 in the Missouri State House of Representatives. This is his May 7, 2015 newsletter. In it he discusses HB 42 which is the recent school transfer law that passed the legislature. For more information on our Opinion Section please click here. This week, exhausting may …

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