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Rowland Report 4/12/12

Greetings from your State Capitol.  We are now down to the last six weeks of the 2012 Legislative Session.  There are a lot of bills now moving through the process. This past week in the House the following bills were ...

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Emerson Report 4.12.12

A Helping Hand for Immigration Enforcement Ronald Reagan said, “A nation that cannot control its borders is not a nation.” But immigration policy is not just enforced at the U.S. border.  With millions of illegal aliens already in the country, ...

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Dugger Report 4.12.12

Broadband is the lifeblood of the modern world.  Access to high-speed internet is essential for busi­ness, education, and personal com­munication. As the world around us becomes more and more technologi­cally driven it is vital that we ensure that all, whether ...

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Wasson Report 4.5.12

Preventing Child Abuse In Missouri On Tuesday, the Senate Health, Mental Health, Seniors and Families Committee conducted a hearing on Senate Bill 758, which would change the laws regarding hotline calls and investigations of child abuse and neglect to the ...

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Rowland Report 4.5.12

Greetings from your State Capitol.  It was great seeing the 8th graders from Bakersfield this week here at the capitol.  They joined the list of students from Thornfield and Kirbyville that visited last week.  Seeing the capitol and government in ...

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Emerson Report 4.5.12

15 (More) Reasons to Repeal the ACA Tax increases, an individual mandate to carry health insurance, frustrating disincentives for employers to offer private coverage – there are plenty of reasons to roll back and replace the 2010 health care law.  ...

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Dugger Report 4.5.12

Our founding fathers were deeply spiritual men. Their fervent religiosity and faith in God gave them guidance; especially while drafting our country’s founding documents.  Throughout the history of America, these beliefs have often come under attack in the media and ...

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