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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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Doug Richey Announces Effort for Missouri House Race

Doug Richey, an Excelsior Springs pastor and law enforcement chaplain, has formed an exploratory candidate committee ahead of the 2018 election for the District 38 House of Representatives Republican Primary. Meeting with community leaders and neighbors to discuss pressing issues facing them, Richey stated, “I’m deeply humbled by the tremendous outpouring …

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Missouri State Representative Kevin Corlew – Capitol Report – March 11th, 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. House Approves …

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Missouri State Representative Jim Neely- Capitol Report – March 14, 2017

Missouri State Representative Jim Neely represents a portion of northeastern Clay County. For more information on our Opinion Section and why we post these updates please click here. House Approves Legislation to Put an End to Venue Shopping in Missouri (HB 460, HB 461, and HB 462) House members continued …

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The Speaker Who Will Deliver Right-to-Work

Speaker Todd Richardson will gavel the House to order Wednesday to start the 2017 legislative session, and economic development will dominate his agenda for the coming year and his final term in the General Assembly’s lower chamber. “Missouri is… one of the last states in the region not to give …

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A Brief Note From Mary Hill for State Representative (Sponsored)

Mary Hill for Missouri State Representative

SPONSORED POST WEBSITE | FACEBOOK Dear Citizen, My name is Mary Hill, and I am running to represent the people of the 17th district in the Missouri House of Representatives. I am a resident and raised my children in Liberty for the last 25 years. I’m running to represent you, and …

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Auditor Galloway releases audits of Missouri House of Representatives and Senate

Reports address open records, lobbyist contributions, policy concerns  JEFFERSON CITY, Mo – Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway has released audits of the Missouri House and Senate legislative bodies. The audits were conducted as part of a series of regular reviews by the Auditor’s Office, and identified issues related to open …

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Citizen Voices: SENIORS, PLEASE CHECK OUT THE RETIREMENT HOME BEFORE SIGNING

This was submitted to us by Edie Stephenson. For more information on our Opinion Section please click HERE. Please back Missouri HB 1715 in the Missouri House of Representatives (99th General Assembly-2016). It is for protection against the bullying of seniors/elderly and disabled persons living in community settings including public …

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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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Representative Jon Carpenter: 2015 Veto Session Capitol Report

State Representative Jon Carpenter

Representative Jon Carpenter represents parts of the Kansas City Northland, Gladstone, and the Oaks Villages. He is also the Minority Caucus Vice-Chair. This is his September 18 newsletter. You can follow Carpenter on Facebook. For more information on our Opinion Section please click here. A Word From Jon The Missouri legislature met this …

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