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Dugger Report 1.24.2013

The 97th General Assembly has officially commenced. New members have been sworn in and inaugural ceremonies, celebrations are behind us.  Now, the task at hand is the work of the people. Personally, this moment is bittersweet. For the past four ...

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Rowland Report 1.17.2013

I officially began my service as state representative of the 155th District after being sworn in during a ceremony Wednesday, January 9 in the Missouri State Capitol.  I joined 160 other state representatives who were administered the oath of office ...

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Bock Sworn In as Associate Circuit Judge

Elizabeth Bock was sworn in Monday morning as Douglas County Associate Circuit Judge. Judge Bock was installed by 44th Judicial Circuit Judge Craig Carter whose election created the vacancy. Bock, a former assistant attorney general, was appointed associate circuit judge ...

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Emerson Report 1.3.2013

A New Year for the Nation America starts the New Year with challenges ahead of us.  We need leadership to match. No one is more frustrated than I am at the way negotiations over the fiscal cliff first stalled and ...

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MOGOP Elects Ed Martin as New Chairman

JEFFERSON CITY –– The Missouri Republican State Committee voted on Satuday, Jan. 5 to elect Ed Martin as Chairman. “Todays competition was the sign of a vibrant and mature Party.  Our success in electing Republicans across the state in widening ...

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Emerson Report 1.10.2013

What’s Over the Edge of the Fiscal Cliff The fiscal cliff has passed, and it should be clear now that the driving force behind it was always taxes.  Ronald Reagan said that a person who agrees with you 80 percent ...

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