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Capitol Report: Cutting Red Tape to Create Jobs

by U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill

Any employer in Missouri that’s tried to get a construction project off the ground will tell you the same thing: regulations, often from multiple federal agencies, add to costs and delay projects — which results in many of them never getting off the ground. That’s bad news when it comes to the need to create more jobs and boost business opportunities in our state.

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Capitol Report: Time for the Farm Bill

by U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill

It’s that time of year again.

Last June, the U.S. Senate passed a Farm Bill that would save taxpayers $23 billion, eliminate wasteful and redundant programs while maintaining a safety net for Missouri farmers, and provide critical aid to Missouri ranchers who were devastated by drought. For the next six months, the U.S. House of Representatives failed to even bring that bill to the floor

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Capitol Report: No More Delay on Mental Health

by U.S. Senator Roy Blunt

Nearly six months after the tragic deaths of 26 students and teachers at Sandy Hook Elementary School, President Obama recently held a widely-publicized “conference” to finally discuss one of the most pressing challenges: fixing our broken mental health system.

While I’m pleased the president has finally turned his attention to mental health, I’m also disappointed it has taken so long. Instead of joining bipartisan efforts

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Capitol Report: Seeking a Smarter Approach to the Budget

by U.S. Senator Roy Blunt

Sequestration grew out of a political impasse: Republicans refused to raise the government’s borrowing limit in 2011 without starting to bring spending under control, but Democrats refused to make choices about where to cut spending.

So, the president devised sequestration on the theory that cutting spending in such a painful and dumb way would force Republicans to raise taxes. Spending on entitlement programs like Social

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Capitol Report: Russia Uses Children as Political Pawns

by U.S. Senator Roy Blunt

When the Quincey family adopted 14-year-old Sergey and his younger brother Val from Russia, the boys did not speak English. As the oldest son of two alcoholic parents, Sergey was faced with a number of challenges, but he set out to learn as much as possible when he arrived at his new home. With the help of his parents and his teachers, Sergey quickly studied

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Capitol Report: We can avoid the fiscal cliff

by U.S. Senator Roy Blunt

Editor’s note: On Friday, Dec. 28, the White House and Congressional leaders agreed that the Senate must now act to avoid going over the fiscal cliff and that this will require a bipartisan approach. In the Weekly Republican Address, U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (Mo.), Vice Chairman of the Republican Conference, highlights that effort and notes that lawmakers have an opportunity to kick off the New

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Capitol Report: Dazed and deceptive on Libya

by U.S. Senator Roy Blunt

Having misled Americans for weeks about the Sept. 11 attacks in Libya, the Obama administration is now attempting to mislead us about how it misled us.

The president himself used this tactic during last night’s (Oct. 22) debate, claiming that he immediately recognized the violence in Benghazi as a planned terrorist attack and that he leveled with Americans just one day later. In truth, President

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