"Our message today is clear: Missouri is open for business to those who value democracy, human rights, free enterprise, and self-determination," Rep. Dean Plocher said.
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“We have two projects in New Madrid teed up and ready to go when the legislature approves the rural jobs program,” Richard McGill, the city administrator of New Madrid, said. “We are competing with Tennessee on one and with Ohio on the other, and frankly, this program is the final piece we need to compete and put people to work right now.”
Director Wayne Wallingford hasn’t been afraid to take risks — in part, because of his deep faith, commitment to his home and family, and unparalleled tenaciousness.
$2.9 billion in state tax credits have been redeemed in the last five fiscal years; $2.8 billion remain authorized but not redeemed as of June 30, 2020.
"We do not want safety fears ever to interfere with a judge’s ability to carry out their constitutional obligations."
"I will always stand up for public safety and first responders."
"It is time to update our laws that are over 80 years old to match our current situation."
"Their endorsement ensures she’s the candidate who can’t be beat."
"If Missouri hopes to capitalize on its economic advantages, it needs to reform its statutes of limitations policies."