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I hope you had a safe and happy Memorial Day weekend. In St. Elizabeth we had a very nice Memorial Day service honoring the men and women who have given their lives for all of us. It is extremely … more
Across Missouri this weekend, families and friends gathered for barbeques, attending sports tournaments, perhaps heading to the lake for some fishing or boating, and students celebrate the school … more
Before I get into this week’s column topic, I want to provide a quick update on President Biden’s mortgage “equity” plan I wrote about two weeks ago. After pushback from … more
As you’ve heard me say time and time again, small businesses are the heart and soul of towns here in Missouri and across America. They’re started by people who bet on themselves and put … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-03), Chairman of the Subcommittee on National Security, National Security, Illicit Finance, and International Financial Institutions … more
This Monday marked the 100th day of this Congress, and 100 days into a House Republican majority. The first week of January was admittedly a little rocky as we chose a new Speaker, but I’m … more
I hope you all had a wonderful Easter! We had a great day with beautiful weather and lots of family time. The Easter district work period concluded this week and I had some great visits around our … more
Matthew 28:5-6: “The angel said to the women, ‘Do not be afraid, for I know that you are looking for Jesus, who was crucified. He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. Come and see … more
Here in the Third District, we have thousands of miles of shoreline between the Missouri, Mississippi, and Osage Rivers and the Lake of the Ozarks. We’re fortunate to have these water resources … more
Now that Republicans are in the majority, my colleagues and I are also in control of scheduling committee hearings and choosing the topics that are covered. This was a busy week with the Small … more
The past two weeks have been a district work period and I’ve had very productive travel days around the district. It has been great traveling to the new parts of the Third District and meeting … more
With a new Congress often comes new assignments, and I’m looking forward to the important work that will be getting done on my committees and subcommittees. I will continue my service on the … more
In 1947, President Harry Truman delivered the first televised State of the Union Address. After years of increased public viewership, President Lyndon Johnson was the first President to deliver the … more
Here in Missouri, we are fortunate to live in a place where Missourians and our elected officials alike knew the pandemic was over long before the federal government. Life in our state went back to … more
Every January since 1979, Americans across the country have come together to advocate for the sanctity of human life. The tragic Roe v. Wade decision on January 22, 1973, quickly made it clear that … more
The 118th Congress is now fully underway, and the change of control of the House of Representatives is on full display. As I discussed in last week’s bulletin, the first bill the House passed … more
I think most of America would agree the IRS could use some lessons in efficiency. As with most government agencies, it’s riddled with red tape and bureaucracy. The pandemic put a spotlight on … more
Typically, my goal in these columns is to update you on what’s going on in Congress and around our district. There’s rarely a shortage of things to talk about when it comes to D.C. Our … more
The October district work period is well underway, and I have been making the rounds across the Third District. Hearing from you directly is the most valuable insight I can have as your … more
Just about every American who was alive at the time remembers exactly where we were on September 11th, 2001. That tragic day shook New York City, Washington, D.C., Shanksville, Penn., and the entire … more
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