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Cunningham Report 4.14.2016

Working On Next Year’s Budget This week at the Capitol the Senate moved forward with legisla­tion that will set the state budget for fiscal year 2017. Every year, this is one of the General Assembly’s larg­est and most important responsibili­ties ...

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Local Republican Caucus Held Last Week In Ava

The local Republicans held a caucus last Saturday morning at the courthouse in Ava. The caucus elected five Donald Trump delegates and one uncommitted to represent Douglas County. The Douglas County delegation is to attend and select three national delegates ...

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Cunningham Report 3.31.2016

Highlights from the First Half of Session This week marked the halfway point for the Second Regular Ses­sion of the 98th General Assembly, and the Senate adjourned for our legislative spring break. Hopefully you and your families were also able ...

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Cunningham Report 3.24.2016

Remembering Jesus’ Sacrifice It’s that time of the year, when the winter chill and dreary clouds make way for blue spring skies and comfortable weather. The magnolia trees here at the Capitol are in full bloom, with their beautiful pink ...

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Cunningham Report 3.17.2016

Protecting the Original American Dream This week in the Missouri Senate was defined by an intense battle for the protection of Missourians’ reli­gious liberties. In an attempt to block the passage of Senate Joint Resolution 39, legislation that pro­tects religious ...

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Rowland Report 3.3.2016

Greetings from your State Capitol.  This past Tuesday I completed my final filing for District #155 State Representative.  I joined approximately 330 other individuals filing for various offices with the Secretary of State’s Office on this opening day of filing.  ...

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Dugger Report 3.3.2016

House Approves Resolution to Protect Missourians from the Federal Clean Power Plan (HCR 69)  In recent weeks the United States Supreme Court issued a stay on the EPA’s Clean Power Plan, which would require a reduction of approximately 28 percent ...

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