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Opinion by Senator Rick Brattin: The Federal Implementation Plan threatens to raise rates and give regulating power to Washington DC
We don’t need the federal government meddling in our affairs to push a leftist progressive agenda that will leave our utility companies and consumers holding the bill.
The Republican Party is the party of the hard working, regular people who support the Make America Great Again agenda.
Letter to the Editor: County health board elections should focus on qualifications, not politics as usual
“Is the patient a Democrat or a Republican?” That’s not a question anyone would want to hear their doctor ask at a clinic; it’s absurd and inappropriate.
It’s not the most pleasant topic to think about, but imagine you were injured on the job. Tort laws govern your ability to file a civil lawsuit against your employer.
Since you are running in an unwinnable district, you likely didn't face primary opponents. This shouldn't keep you from congratulating yourself on election night via “press release” and social media posts, with the stiff-upper-lip promise that “now the real campaign begins.”
I see self-interested, career politicians more focused on their next election than doing the job that “We the People” elected them to do. Unfortunately, there is no longer much difference between the dysfunction in Washington DC and the dysfunction in Jefferson City.
"Unfortunately, Congress is currently considering legislation that would allow politicians to fix the prices of Medicare patients’ prescription medications."
OPINION: Better Elections Amendment gives power to Missouri voters, not politicians and special interests
"Those of us who believe in the power of free markets understand that having more choices is a very good thing."
On April 27, Missouri Gov. Mike Parson issued the Show-Me Strong Recovery Order, a directive forming part of the state’s plan to reopen business and community operations.