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Mike Cunningham 2.21.2013

Taking Care of Our Military and Addressing Workers’ Compensation
 Our country is known as “the land of the free and the home of the brave.” It is thanks to the service of our military members throughout history that has preserved ...

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Dugger Report 2.7.2013

The Missouri House had a short but busy week. The Capitol was abuzz with activity from the Governor’s annual State of the State Address on Monday evening to several committee hearings throughout the week.  As things speed-up in Jefferson City, ...

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Rowland Report 2.7.2013

Greetings from your State Capitol. This week the Governor released his budget. The Governor’s budget is based on four pieces of legislation that have never passed the legislature, totaling nearly $165 million in ‘new’ money for him to spend. These ...

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Dugger Report 1.31.2013

Though it is cold outside, things have started to heat up in Jefferson City.  Bills have been filed, committees have started to meet, and legislation has already been debated in the House chamber.  Session is in full swing. Earlier this ...

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Budget's Not High On Dems' To-Do List

By U.S. Senator Roy Blunt “Show me your budget, and I will tell you what you value.” That’s what Joe Biden said last summer, and he meant it as a criticism of Republicans. The vice president’s comment raises a question: ...

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Emerson Resigns Congressional Seat

WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. Jo Ann Emerson (MO-08) Tuesday morning sent a letter of resignation to Missouri Governor Jay Nixon and notified the Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives that it would be her last day serving in Congress. ...

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