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Capitol Report: Bureaucrats and School Lunches

by Congressman Sam Graves

It has become clearer than ever that Washington is out of touch with America. Too many bureaucrats and politicians don’t understand the effects of the rules and laws they create.

Take the National School Lunch Program for example. For the 2012-2013 school year, the Obama Administration began implementing new nutritional standards for school lunches. These rules coming down from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) are

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Yet Another Delay

by Congressman Sam Graves

Just hours before Americans sat down to their turkey, stuffing, and cranberry sauce, news trickled out of Washington that the president’s massive health care law was experiencing yet another setback. This time, we learned that the website for small businesses looking to purchase health insurance for their employees will be delayed for a whole year.

In the meantime, business owners will have to devote their time

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Capitol Report: Supporting Our Teachers

by Congressman Sam Graves

In an essay on learning how to ride a bicycle, Mark Twain once observed that “the self-taught man seldom knows anything accurately, and he does not know a 10th as much as he could have known if he had worked under teachers.”

Teachers play an essential role in our educational system. We rely on them to teach our children the skills they need to succeed in

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Capitol Report: Keeping a Promise

by Congressman Sam Graves

We’ve heard the promise many times since 2008: “If you like your health insurance plan, you can keep it.” In fact, we’ve heard it at least 29 times according to one report.

However, it turns out that if you like your health insurance plan, you aren’t necessarily able to keep it because it may not comply with the regulations set out in Obamacare. In light of

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Capitol Report: Passing a Bipartisan Water Resources Bill

by Congressman Sam Graves

Last week, the House of Representatives passed legislation called the Water Resources Reform and Development Act (WRRDA) by a near unanimous vote of 417-3. This bill will authorize the key missions of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, including navigation and flood prevention projects.

Having efficient water infrastructure is critical to a healthy economy. Passing WRRDA means jobs, trade, competitiveness, and economic development for Missouri and

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Confronting Our Debt Crisis

by Congressman Sam Graves

The government shutdown may be behind us, but our nation’s fiscal woes remain in front of us. The deal that was agreed to last week does nothing to deal with our out-of-control spending or reduce our tremendous debt. Instead, all it does is guarantee more borrowing.

James Madison once said, “I go on the principle that a public debt is a public curse.” But a lot

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Capitol Report: Working Toward a Solution

by Congressman Sam Graves

It’s been a long couple weeks in Washington as Congress and the White House seek a solution that would fully end the government shutdown. In the meantime, the House of Representatives has worked in a bipartisan manner to pass legislation that would fund and reopen key priorities and agencies in the interim.

For instance, on Oct. 2 we passed a resolution to fund cancer research at

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Capitol Report: Extremely Unfortunate Shutdown

by Congressman Sam Graves

As I write, our government is mired in the midst of a shutdown for the first time since 1996. Congress’ inability to reach an agreement to keep the government open is extremely unfortunate as it personally affects so many Americans.

Here in the House, we’re working to find agreement to end this shutdown. As we continue to seek such an agreement, we’ve passed a series of

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Capitol Report: Honoring Our Veterans

by Congressman Sam Graves

This past week, our nation commemorated the 12th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. We must always keep alive the memory of those we lost, and recall the heroic acts of valor that occurred that day, as firefighters and office workers, police officers and tourists, all worked together to save lives and comfort a nation. We must also thank the servicemen and women

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