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Budget for Missouri Department of Agriculture Concerns Farm Organizations

 Budget for Missouri Department of Agriculture Concerns Farm Organizations Missouri’s major agricultural organizations representing livestock producers issued a joint statement today expressing their concern with the inadequate funding of the…

Congressman Hulshof Hires Matt Blunt’s Political Team to Help Him Run on Matt Blunt’s Agenda

 Congressman Hulshof Hires Matt Blunt’s Political Team to Help Him Run on Matt Blunt’s Agenda JEFFERSON CITY, MO — Today, to the surprise of nobody, news broke that Congressman Kenny…

Senate Endorses Reforms Combating Illegal Immigration

JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Senate gave first-round approval today to comprehensive reforms designed to fight illegal immigration activity in Missouri and to protect Missourians from the tens of millions…

Lt. Governor Kinder Request Granted

 Corps Cancels Spring Rise After Discussions With Acting Governor Kinder

Legislation Creates School Vouchers

 Legislation Creates School Vouchers JEFFERSON CITY – This week the Missouri Senate debated a bill that would essentially create a school voucher program for certain students. Senate Bill 993 creates…

A Great Investment

 A Great InvestmentBy Gary ForseePresident, University of Missouri System I recently completed a 35-year career in telecommunications that took me from the main streets of many Missouri communities to the…

BOND DISAPPOINTED ADMINISTRATION CHOOSES HABITAT EXPERIMENTATION OVER PEOPLE

 U.S. Senator Kit Bond today criticized the Administration for moving forward with the man-made spring rise – which is forcing additional water down the already flooded Missouri River

Steelman Challenges Hulshof to Series of Debates

 Missouri State Treasurer and candidate for Governor Sarah Steelman challenged her opponent in the Republican primary for Governor, Congressman Kenny Hulshof, to a series of debates today.

Democrats Oppose Blunt, Hancock’s Attempts to Weaken an Already Toothless Ethics Commission

 Democrats Oppose Blunt, Hancock’s Attempts to Weaken an Already Toothless Ethics Commission ~ Democrats call on Hulshof to denounce his own spokesman’s proposal ~ Jefferson City, Mo. – The Missouri…

Statement from Missourians for Fair and Impartial Courts

The Missouri House Committee on General Laws will be considering two bills THIS WEEK that would weaken the Missouri nonpartisan court plan, which ensures fair and impartial courts. There are…

APRIL, 2008 PROCLAIMED AS “MISSOURI MEDIATION MONTH”