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After two summers without tours and very limited meetings due to the pandemic and Washington, D.C. being shut down, things around Capitol Hill are getting close to being back to normal. Capitol tours … more
From 1939-1945, the majority of developed nations on earth were involved in World War II. Following the instability caused by World War I in Europe and Adolf Hitler’s evil rise to power in … more
Memorial Day has come to be known as the unofficial kick off to summer. Families across Missouri will be barbecuing with friends, perhaps attending a baseball or softball game, or maybe taking a trip … more
Corporal Benjamin Cooper from Joplin dedicated his life to serving our country. Following his eight years of service in the United States Army, he moved to Missouri and joined the Joplin Police … more
The Easter District Work Period has been a very productive one around the Third District. Being home in Missouri and getting to catch up with many of you is my favorite part of the job. While the … more
Mark 16: 5-6: “As they entered the tomb, they saw a young man dressed in a white robe sitting on the right side, and they were alarmed. ‘Don’t be alarmed,’ he said. ‘You … more
On Wednesday, we celebrated National Vietnam Veterans Day to honor the Americans who served our country in Vietnam. Many soldiers who served in Vietnam were drafted, taking them away from their … more
Now that we are halfway through March, tax season is in full swing. At a time when inflation is at a 40-year high and gas prices are breaking records every week, families in Missouri and across … more
The conflict in Ukraine unfortunately continues to rage on with Putin and the Russian army relentlessly attacking cities across Ukraine with absolutely no regard for human life. This is not a fight … more
It is no secret that China has been successfully competing with the United States for years now, trying everything possible to become the world’s greatest superpower. They have a stated goal … more
The pandemic created a wide array of problems that needed immediate attention like increased funding and resources for our medical community to keep our country as healthy as possible, helping our … more
I hope you enjoyed a Thanksgiving surrounded by the ones you love and a little too much food. We had a great day filled with our Thanksgiving favorites and lots of family time.  With today … more
As are you likely aware, this morning House Democrats unfortunately passed their massive socialist spending bill. This multi-trillion-dollar tax and spend spree could not come at a worse time, as … more
Missouri is home to more than 400,000 veterans who have served our nation honorably in every war from World War II and Vietnam to most recently fighting in the War on Terror in the Middle East. We … more
This week is National Veterans Small Business Week – a wonderful intersection between small businesses who keep our local economies thriving and our nation’s veterans who have sacrificed … more
The federal government produces hundreds of rules, regulations, and laws every year. Each of them can contain thousands of pages of legal and legislative language that could take days to read, let … more
America’s students were some of the most heavily impacted people by the pandemic and subsequent restrictions. Schools across the country, including here in Missouri for a period of time, shut … more
What if I told you that every time you write a check, swipe your credit card, or deposit money into your bank account you had to report it to government? If I said you are no longer allowed to buy … more
This week, the House worked on reauthorizing the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The NDAA sets policies and funding levels for our military and national defense on an annual basis. … more
This week, the House Committee on Small Business held a hearing entitled, “National Small Business Week: Celebrating our Main Street Champions” where we heard from business owners from … more
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