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Capitol Report: Message While Attracting New Business

The law is not on your side

by State Sen. Brad Lager

When the executives of a company decide to relocate and/or expand their business, they do not simply throw a dart at a map to pick the spot. They look at all suitable locations, state by state, judging and ranking each potential location. The criteria used to judge these locations range from tax policy, to economic incentives, to regulatory

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Capitol Report: The Burdens of Regulation

by State Sen. Brad Lager

While lead originally brought the first French miners to Missouri in the early 18th century, it was the dark fertile river-bottom soil that kept those earliest settlers here. Over the last two hundred years, agriculture has been and continues to be an important part of our economic foundation. For millions of Missourians, it is not just a job; it is a way of life. The

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Capitol Report: Developing Missouri’s Future Farm Producers

by State Sen. Brad Lager

Missouri’s economic fortunes have long been tied to agricultural production. With fertile soil, responsible resource management and forward looking farmers, agriculture has been and continues to be a leading source of employment for many Missourians. However, if Missouri is going to remain a worldwide leader in this industry, then we must focus on educating and developing our future farm leaders.

Over that last decade, Missouri

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Capitol Report: Cultivating Missouri’s Agricultural Industry

by State Sen. Brad Lager

Missouri has been blessed with nearly 30 million acres of productive farmland. This means that nearly two-thirds of our state is engaged in some type of agricultural production. Our state and its citizens have benefitted from this natural environment and our state’s economy has prospered from the hard work of Missouri’s farmers. From our heritage as ranchers and row crop farmers to our emerging work

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Capitol Report: The Right to Farm

by State Sen. Brad Lager

Since the founding of our great state, agriculture has been the cultural and economic backbone of our state. Every day, farmers and ranchers throughout Missouri produce the commodities that feed and fuel our nation. While every farmer will tell you that increased regulation, challenges from Mother Nature and increased global competition are constant concerns, one of the greatest threats for Missouri’s agricultural producers comes from

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Capitol Report: Opening the Gates to Missouri’s State Fair

by State Sen. Brad Lager

The month of August marks the conclusion of an active summer for many of Missouri’s youth. However, there are a portion of Missouri’s agricultural leaders who have spent their summer in competitions at county fairs working to make it all the way to the State Fair. For those young competitors, this week marks the arrival of that journey as the gates open for the 2013

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Capitol Report: Making It Easier to Build Broadband 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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Capitol Report: Affordable, Reliable Water

by State Sen. Brad Lager

For decades, we have been afforded the luxury that when we turn on the faucet or flush the stool, our water and sewer systems work. In most cases, they have historically been reliable and affordable. However, with the ever growing costs of infrastructure upgrades and the explosion of federal mandates, the future may hold dramatic cost increases for middle to small systems.

Throughout our state,

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Capitol Report: The Need for Investment

by State Sen. Brad Lager

The best and cheapest way to solve a problem is before it becomes a crisis. A proactive plan will always allow for a more methodical and reasonable approach verses managing an emergency. Therefore, it would only make sense that Missouri would have public policy that supported and promoted this fiscally responsible approach to infrastructure investment.

Unfortunately we do not, which means that many of Missouri’s

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