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The 8th Senatorial District Committee met over the weekend in Blue Springs and voted unanimously to accept Hillary Shields as our nominee for the November special election in eastern Jackson County.  We are very excited about her and the unique opportunity to pick up a huge win in the Missouri State Senate.

Senator Will Kraus Resigns, Sets Up Special Election

Medicare and Medicaid just celebrated its 52nd anniversary at a time when these critical programs have never been under more attack from the extreme right. Our own Chairman Paul Wrabec was there when these programs were signed into law right here in Jackson County. KCTV5 interviewed Paul about his experience witnessing the historic event and how the future of health care in American is in question.

Watch the video here!

Special Session Finally Ends; Greitens Suddenly Not So Proud

 

Gov. Eric Greitens signed legislation into law on July 26 that seeks to impose tighter restrictions on abortion facilities and grants Attorney General Josh Hawley, an ardent opponent of abortion rights, the authority to prosecute alleged violations of abortion laws.

 

The Kansas City business community and Democrats across the area received the sad news over the weekend that our friend James B. Nutter had died after 89 remarkable years of service and success. Our own Claire McCaskill was one of the first people to publicly announce Nutter’s death. In a Twitter post Friday, McCaskill said Nutter was one of a kind.

“I’m incredibly sad,” McCaskill tweeted. “My dear friend James Nutter has passed away. There will never be another one like him. Kind, generous, loyal, very big heart.”

Missouri Government News:

Legislature Works to Control Women's Health Despite Session Concluding A Month Ago

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Rep. Karen Bass, Rep. Al Green and Rep. John Larson!!!

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TRUMAN GALA THIS SATURDAY!

WOW! The demand for tickets and sponsorships exploded in the last few weeks and Saturday's event is looking like it will be the most successful in our history.  Thank you to our sponsoring organizations IBEW District 11, Mike Sanders & Ken McClain, Plumbers and Gas Fitters Local 8, Cleaver for Congress, IUPAT District Council 3, UAW Region 5, Jean Peters Baker for Prosecutor, Missouri NEA, IAFF Local 42, Pipefitters Local 533 and TJP Strategies!

 

Missouri Government News: Final Week of Session

(This week's news comes from Rep. Judy Morgan of the 24th District)

Explaining the "fully funded" K-12 education announcement

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