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Capitol Report: More Healthcare Uncertainty

by Congressman Sam Graves

You may have heard that the Obama Administration recently announced it was delaying the ‘employer mandate,’ a key component of the Affordable Care Act. The mandate requires all businesses with 50 or more employees provide their full-time workers with an affordable healthcare option or face a penalty.

While this delay may provide some relief for the Administration, it won’t help small businesses that will still have

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Capitol Report: Reducing Government Waste

by Congressman Sam Graves

Sequestration offered Washington a real chance to reduce wasteful spending within the Federal government. Instead, the Obama Administration took advantage of the situation for political gain.

Think about the Department of Defense’s attempt to reduce tuition assistance for the brave men and women who serve our nation in the Armed Forces; or the White House indefinitely cancelling all White House tours during one of the busiest

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Capitol Report: The Declaration of Independence

by Congressman Sam Graves

On July 3, 1776, a 41 year-old patriot named John Adams wrote a letter to his wife describing the Declaration of Independence that the Continental Congress would adopt the next day. The future president wrote, “I am well aware of the Toil and Blood and Treasure, that it will cost Us to maintain this Declaration, and support and defend these States. Yet through all the Gloom

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Capitol Report: Nominations to the Academies

by Congressman Sam Graves

It’s a privilege to represent the people of Missouri’s 6th District in Congress. From Kansas City to Bethany across to Kirksville and Bowling Green, I enjoy the honor of serving the residents of 36 counties in North Missouri. Part of my job is to keep people up‑to‑date as to what’s happening in Washington. One resource I use is these weekly updates to highlight a topic of

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Graves’ Statement on Farm Bill

Congressman Sam Graves issued the following statement after the U.S. House of Representatives did not agree to passage of a five‑year Farm Bill. The measure was rejected by House lawmakers by a vote of 195 yea, 234 nay. The current farm law expires Sept. 30.

“I’m disappointed that the House failed to pass a Farm Bill. Passage of the bill would have marked a critical step in moving us toward

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Capitol Report: Our Second Amendment Rights

by Congressman Sam Graves

It seems every year there’s another attempt in Congress to weaken our Second Amendment rights. Gun control bills come in all shapes and sizes. But this year, gun opponents have a new tactic up their sleeve: new taxes and fees on the purchase of firearms or ammunition.

Just look at what Cook County, IL – home to the City of Chicago – recently did. The County

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Capitol Report: Grand Old, High Flying Flag

by Congressman Sam Graves

On June 14, 1777, the Second Continental Congress passed a resolution stating: “Resolved, That the flag of the United States be thirteen stripes, alternate red and white; that the union be thirteen stars, white in a blue field, representing a new Constellation.”

That new constellation, of course, consisted of the 13 original colonies that were fighting for our independence at the time. George Washington is credited

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Capitol Report: Challenging the EPA

by Congressman Sam Graves

As Chairman of the House Small Business Committee, I frequently hear about ill-advised or overly burdensome Federal regulations, both those that are on the books and those in the pipeline. One of the worst offenders when it comes to such regulations is the Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA – and they’re back at it again.

The agency recently announced a plan to take a heavy hand

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Capitol Report: Celebrating America’s Teachers

by Congressman Sam Graves

We all surely have a teacher from our childhood who inspired us to become what we are today. Whether it was because they were able to explain things easily or stayed after school to help us understand a subject, chances are that a teacher had a big influence in your life.

The week of May 6th marks National Teacher Appreciation Week, a time to pay tribute

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