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Missouri has the real “Spirit of Enterprise” – Senator Claire McCaskill

The best way to strengthen America’s economy is to support the creation of good-paying jobs, and that’s been a big focus of my work in the Senate. Last week I was told that I’m being honored with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce “Spirit of Enterprise” award for my ongoing work …

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Auditor Galloway puts state’s daily spending online

Website tool shows state’s general revenue fund activity Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway recently announced that the state’s daily spending and revenue is now available online through the State Auditor’s website. The website shows the state’s daily financial activity and account balance for the general revenue fund. “Many people have …

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Governor Eric Greitens’ Inauguration Speech

“I Come As An Outsider To Do The People’s Work” Thank you, Justice Breckenridge. And thank you President Pro Tem Richard and Speaker Richardson, and my fellow citizens. Today, we gather to take part in our republic’s most revered ritual: the peaceful transfer of power. Governor Nixon, you—and your team—have …

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Governor-Elect Eric Greitens comes to Clay County

Speech at Police Academy Focuses on Leadership and Public Safety, Speaks With Press for 8 Minutes TheNorthlandNews.com attended Governor-Elect Eric Greitens’ speech at the Kansas City Police academy on Tuesday. He spoke to attendees for about 8 minutes, visited with reporters for about 8 minutes, and visited with attendees after …

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Missouri State Senator Ryan Silvey Will Not be Chair of Appropriations Committee

The Kansas City Star is reporting that Clay County Senator Ryan Silvey will not be chairman of the powerful Senate Appropriations Committee. The committee has major influence over the state’s $27 billion dollar budget. According to the report, Silvey is saying it’s because of his votes on Right to Work …

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