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Capital Report: Increasing Broadband Access in Missouri

by State Sen. Brad Lager

The technological advancements of the last 20 years have delivered new forms of communication, new ways of sharing information, and new economic opportunities regardless of a person’s geographic location. Since 2000, broadband availability in the United States has soared from 8 million to over 200 million users today. While that is a staggering improvement, it still falls short of serving nearly 100 million Americans who,

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Tending to the Victims of Child Abuse

by U.S. Senator Roy Blunt

As a nation, it’s our responsibility to protect children, the most vulnerable members of our society. Despite our best efforts, too many children in Missouri and nationwide still fall victim to abuse, often at the hands of adults they trusted. We must do everything we can to protect our children, and when they are harmed, deliver justice without inadvertently causing any further damage.

More than

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Celebrating Our Great Nation

by State Sen. Brad Lager

The birth of our great nation began with a small group of colonists determined to push back the world’s most imposing empire. Through unity and a common belief in less government and greater freedoms, this band of believers forever changed the nation that would ultimately become the greatest example of freedom and democracy the world has ever seen.

The Fourth of July is our opportunity

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The Lesson Congress Should Learn from the VA Scandal

by Lee H. Hamilton

Like other federal scandals before it, the mess involving VA hospitals has followed a well-trod path. First comes the revelation of misdoing. Then comes the reaction: a shocked public, an administration on the defensive, grandstanding members of Congress. Finally, major reform bills get introduced, debated, then put aside when the heat dies down, or the target agency gets more money thrown at the problem.

With the

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Obamacare Increased 2014 Premiums, Average 49%

3,137 county analysis

by Avik Roy, Forbes Staff

There are hundreds of aspects of Obamacare that people argue over. But there’s one question that matters above all others: does the Affordable Care Act live up to its name? Does it make health insurance less expensive? Last November, our team at the Manhattan Institute published a study indicating that Obamacare had increased the underlying cost of individually-purchased health insurance in the

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FEC Sends Two to Washington, D.C.

Ninety-one high school students participated in Missouri’s 51st annual Missouri Electric Youth Tour to Washington, D.C., June 13-19, including Kylie Collins, Gallatin, and Nolan Kiehl, Meadville. They were sponsored by Farmers’ Electric Cooperative, Chillicothe.

The seven-day tour provides an action-filled week for high school students, offering them opportunities to learn firsthand what it is like to be involved in politics, leadership positions, community service and today’s pressing issues.

“The Youth

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Capital Report: Modernizing Missouri’s Criminal Code

by State Sen. Brad Lager

The last time a comprehensive rewrite of Missouri’s criminal code occurred, the Seattle Supersonics were the NBA champions, “Three’s Company” was one of the most popular televisions shows in America, and I was preparing to start pre-school. The year was 1979 and in the 35 years that followed, there has not been a comprehensive review of our state’s criminal code. This has led to an

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Capital Report: Legislature Stops Common Core Approach

by State Sen. Brad Lager

One of the guiding principles of our founding fathers was that the educational system of this country would be strongest when the decisions were made by those closest to the people. For more than two centuries our elected leaders strongly defended the principle of local control, however, within the last half century, our elected officials in Washington DC decided that the federal government should have

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What Our Country Needs from the Press

by Lee H. Hamilton

These days, the scandal involving long wait times at VA hospitals can feel like some made-in-Washington spectacle generated by politicians looking for headlines. But it isn’t. It had its genesis in a late-April report on CNN that as many as 40 veterans may have died waiting for appointments at VA hospitals in Phoenix.

This investigative piece was notable for two reasons. It’s been a while since

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