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While I know the calendar days are ticking by and that a new year and the flurry of activity that comes with the legislative session are just around the corner, it only makes me appreciate the Thanksgiving holiday more. Gathering with family and enjoying the turkey, dressing, potatoes, vegetables and, possibly most of all, the desserts, is the perfect way to put a time out on busy lives and hectic schedules. more
It’s been a flurry of activity since the 2023 legislative session ended on May 12. I hope you had an enjoyable summer and have stayed cool with these record temperatures. more
After two years in a row of more than 1,000 fatalities on Missouri’s roadways, Gov. Mike Parson signed the Siddens Bening Hands-Free Law, prohibiting all drivers from using a handheld electronic communication device while driving, effective Monday. more
On July 10, the Ways and Means Committee held a hearing at a cattle auction barn in Kimball, Minn., to hear directly from farmers and ranchers in the community about how America’s trade policies affect their daily lives and what Congress can do to make trade work better for their families. more
We have wrapped up our spring session at the Capitol in Jefferson City. In this report, I’ll be visiting with you about several public safety bills that I worked on this spring. more
It’s no secret that President Joe Biden and Washington Democrats have a spending problem. In a matter of just two years, they spent a record-breaking $10 trillion on ridiculous things like welfare for the wealthy and handouts to radical environmentalists. After maxing out our nation’s credit card far sooner than anyone expected, they had the nerve to demand Republicans give them a blank check debt limit increase so they can continue wasting trillions of dollars to advance their radical agenda. Are you kidding me? more
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