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Missouri Representative Kevin Corlew – Capitol Connection – Feb. 23, 2017

Missouri State Representative Kevin Corlew represents Missouri House district 14. Most of Representative Corlew’s district is in Platte County, but a small portion of it extends into Clay County. For more information on our Opinion Section and why we publish these newsletters from elected officials please click here. Good Participation …

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Missouri State Representative Lauren Arthur – January 23, 2017 Capitol Update

Missouri State Representative Lauren Arthur represents Missouri House District 18, which includes North Kansas City and the surrounding Kansas City-North areas of Clay County. For more information on our Opinion Section and why we publish these newsletters from elected officials please click here. The 99th General Assembly convened on Wednesday, …

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State Representative Kevin Corlew: 2016 End of Missouri Legislative Session Review

Missouri State Representative Kevin Corlew

Missouri State Representative Kevin Corlew represents Missouri House district 14. Most of Representative Corlew’s district is in Platte County, but a small portion of it extends into Clay County. This is a combination of his July email newsletters. You’ll find a rundown of bills passed in Jefferson City this year. For more information on our Opinion Section please …

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Job Growth in Virtually Every Sector of Missouri Insurance Industry

Missouri students should consider insurance career path Jefferson City, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Insurance is encouraging students, who are considering career options for their future, to choose a career in the insurance industry. National data shows growth in virtually every sector of the insurance industry. According to an …

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Northland Teachers to Present Summer Externship Experience February 29

Northland CAPS

Northland CAPS in partnership with seven Northland school districts (Excelsior Springs, Kearney, Liberty, North Kansas City, Park Hill, Platte County and Smithville) and twelve business partners completed the first cohort of the Northland SEE (Summer Externship Experience) on July 21, 22 and 23, 2015. Seventy teachers from all seven districts, …

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Scholarship opportunities for Missouri students pursuing insurance industry careers

Deadline to apply is March 31 Jefferson City, Mo – The Missouri Department of Insurance reminds high school seniors and college students, who are Missouri residents, to apply for Missouri Insurance Education Foundation (MIEF) scholarships. The deadline is March 31. Four $1,500 scholarships are awarded to graduating high school seniors …

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State Representative Jon Carpenter: Capitol Report January 9, 2016

State Representative Jon Carpenter

The 2016 session of the Missouri legislature began this week, and it promises to be an interesting year. While some bills are already making national news for all the wrong reasons, there are a lot of real challenges facing the state and real work to be done. Priorities range from …

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State Senator Dan Hegeman: Looking Ahead to 2016

Missouri Senator Dan Hegeman

Missouri lawmakers will return to Jefferson City this week as the Second Regular Session of the 98th General Assembly officially convenes on Wednesday, Jan. 6 at noon. State senators have already filed close to 300 pieces of legislation in anticipation of the upcoming session, a number of those bills were …

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Missouri Viewpoints Gives Preview of 2016 Missouri Legislative Session

Missouri Viewpoints Mike Ferguson

The Missouri State Legislature officially returned to work this week as the Regular Legislative Session beginning on Tuesday, January 5, 2015. With Republicans holding overwhelming majorities in both chambers, they would seem to have an easy few months ahead of them. Of course, it’s not that simple; some of the debates …

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