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Capitol Report: Supporting Missouri’s Veterans

by State Sen. Brad Lager

As public servants, we all take an oath to defend our constitutions. For most of us, this amounts to fighting for or against certain public policy changes that we believe will impact the civil liberties of the citizens we represent. For the men and women of our military, this means putting themselves in harm’s way and possibly risking their lives for those of us here

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Capitol Report: Missouri’s Broken Unemployment System

by State Sen. Brad Lager

Would you be surprised to learn that individuals who have fallen asleep on the job, been drunk at work, been caught using drugs while at work, and even individuals who have been caught stealing from their employer have filed for and have been granted unemployment benefits in Missouri? Unfortunately, this is true. Missouri’s Unemployment system is broken and hundreds of millions of dollars are being

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Capitol Report: Reforming Missouri’s Sex Offender Registry

by State Sen. Brad Lager

Missouri’s sex offender registry was created back in the mid-1990s as part of a nationwide movement. The concept is simple: require offenders convicted of specific sexually related crimes to enter their personal information into a public database which citizens could then search to see if there were offenders living in their area.

Unfortunately, with government, nothing is ever simple and managing a responsible sex offender

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Capitol Report: Finalizing the Budget

by State Sen. Brad Lager

Last week, the Missouri General Assembly met the constitutionally established deadline when we delivered to the Governor the spending plan for fiscal year 2014. The FY14 budget appropriates just short of $24.8 billion which makes it the largest operating budget in our state’s history. The only good news is that as of this week, there is nearly a $400 million surplus which the General Assembly

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Capitol Report: For a Brighter Future

by State Sen. Brad Lager

The final weeks of every legislative session are long and demanding. This session, we have worked to hold the line on the federal government while doing what we can to improve the economic climate in our state. In order to call the 2013 legislative session a success, there is a lot that will need to be accomplished in the final two weeks.

Tax credit reform,

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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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Capitol Report: Tax Reform in 2013 – Will It Happen?

by State Sen. Brad Lager

Approximately one month ago, I wrote about Senate Bill 26, which has become Missouri’s first attempt at income tax reform within our state government. Since that time, this proposal has continued advancing through the legislative process and last week, the Missouri House gave its stamp of approval to a modified version of this proposal.

The majority of both proposals remain focused on lowering our state’s

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Capitol Report: Vote for judicial accountability

by State Sen. Brad Lager

For nearly a decade, there has been much discussion about the process used to select Missouri’s Appellate and Supreme Court judges. This plan, often called the Missouri Plan, was originally created in the 1940s and came about in an attempt to end the political corruption that had arisen in Missouri’s judiciary.

This process formed a commission that would compile a panel of prospective judges and

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Capitol Report: No hungry kids

by Congressman Sam Graves

An old English proverb says “An empty belly hears nobody.” While you can probably relate to a similar scenario, the US Department of Agriculture just doesn’t seem to get it.

New USDA school lunch guidelines were meant to fight childhood obesity and get kids more fruits and vegetables. But leave it to Washington to take good intentions and turn them into a massive government overreach. In

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