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April 20, 2020, Fairfax, Va.—Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement on the expansion of unemployment benefits by Congress: “The federal government will provide states billions of tax dollars to cover the dramatic increase in unemployment...
A produce pack from Fahrmeier Farms.
Source: Lorin Fahrmeier, 660-815-3626 COLUMBIA, Mo. – The Missouri Food Finder (www.MOFoodFinder.org) is a new online tool that easily connects Missouri consumers with people growing and selling locally produced food in their region. Developed by University of Missouri Extension’s Center for...
April 21, 2020 Monday, my wife, Anne, and I sued our own county. Here's why: The fear of Covid 19 has resulted in unprecedented actions on all levels of government. The federal government is spending trillions of dollars they don't have. State governments have declared states of emergency that give...
A resurfacing project on Interstate 35 will require ramp closures next week. The Missouri Department of Transportation contracted with Ideker, Inc. to resurface I-35 between the Clinton/Clay County line and just north of Route 116. The contractor is ready to begin mainline paving on Monday, April...
We’re Making Progress As we began our fifth week under a statewide emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic, Missourians continue to follow the governor’s guidance on social distancing. As I prepare this report, nearly 4,700 Missourians have tested positive for COVID-19, including 127 within the...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt is asking Medicaid recipients to be suspicious of unexpected callers or visitors who offer COVID-19 assessments, tests, or supplies.  “In these times of uncertainty, bad actors may seek to seize on any opportunity to exploit the concerns...
The members of the Missouri House of Representatives returned to the State Capitol Building Wednesday, April 8 to give final approval to a supplemental budget bill that will provide the state with vital funding to contain and control the spread of COVID-19. The House had previously approved a...
Senator Hoskins donned a surgical mask in his State Capitol office. All senators were provided with a mask to help prevent the transmission of the COVID-19 virus.
The Legislature returned to the Capitol this week but it was not business as usual. On Tuesday, I joined with fellow members of the Senate Appropriations Committee to review the supplemental budget bill proposed by the House of Representatives. This budget includes federal funding for the COVID-19...
WASHINGTON, DC, Mar 31 -- “It’s the ONE question nearly all Social Security recipients are asking: Will I get a Coronavirus stimulus check? If yes, do I get one even if I haven’t filed a tax return in recent years? The answers are YES and YES!, says Jeff Szymanski, political analyst at the...
The peak for tornadoes during April extends from the South Central and Southeastern states to the Ohio Valley.   AccuWeather Global Weather Center – April 2, 2020 – Tornadoes can occur year-round anywhere over the lower 48 of the United States, but the spring to summer period is prime time for...

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