Tag: Rocky Miller

Mathews promising GOP control in House

ST. LOUIS – As the Rep. Mike Cierpiot, the current majority floor leader, faces a special election during his last year in the House, Republicans have been competing to replace him. Rep. Rob Vescovo and Rep. Kirk Mathews are both currently vying for the position. Mathews joined host Scott Faughn […]

Rep. Rocky Miller picks his business over politics, and we should all thank him 

I always find it amusing when a Republican legislator who spends his five months a year working for the gub’ment and seven months a year working for someone else who creates jobs, or especially one whose primary income comes from the gub’ment, lectures those who actually employ people on economic development. It’s kinda […]

Rep. Miller withdraws from floor leader’s race

OSAGE BEACH, Mo. – At the House Republican’s summer caucus Saturday, Rep. Rocky Miller withdrew from the House floor leader’s race. He released the following statement to The Missouri Times: “After careful consideration, I have made the decision to withdraw my name from consideration for Floor Leader. Expanding business requirements […]

Questions arise if OPC complaint was politically motivated

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – On April 26th, two documents were filed a block away from each other and now, seven months later, there is a dispute arising over whether or not they were related. In the Capitol, Rep. Rocky Miller’s HB 2689, which would reform some of the government regulations […]

McGaugh draws rebuke from his caucus for campaigning on Walker’s rape allegation

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Rep. Joe Don McGaugh, R-Carrollton, has invoked the rape allegations against incoming Rep. Steve Roberts as part of his campaign for speaker pro tem, drawing rebuke from senior members of his own party, including Rep. Rocky Miller, R-Lake Ozark, chairman of the Energy and Environment committee. […]

Advocate believes similarities, differences will make Missouri infrastructure bill a success

Ameren Illinois reducing rates again after infrastructure bill enacted JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – As Rep. Rocky Miller’s HB 2816 moves forward, Ameren Illinois announced it will file a rate case to reduce customer rates after the Illinois state legislature enacted a similar policy. “We made a long-term commitment to our customers […]

Questions raised over Hawley’s arguing of Hobby Lobby case

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Josh Hawley, college professor and Republican candidate for attorney general, has been touring the state for well over a year speaking at Republican events and touting his accomplishments arguing last year’s Burwell v. Hobby Lobby ruling, but what he actually did in that case seems to […]