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Issues that affect us in Missouri

Missouri: COVID-19 by the Numbers Day 33

PLEASANT HILL, APRIL 10, 2020 – The key question for all of us in Missouri is: What are the chances I’m going to get COVID-19.  Many simple projections are wrong.  At work this week I was involved in a conversation… Continue Reading →

Missouri: Covid-19 Day 32

Pleasant Hill, April 8, 2020 – Data collection, data summarization, and data accuracy are of paramount importance.  If we don’t get the numbers right, then we have no idea what to expect. Yesterday’s numbers did not make sense.  I decided… Continue Reading →

Missouri: Covid-19 Day 31

Pleasant Hill, April 7, 2020 – The number continue to move so today we want to present the numbers based on the COVID-19 Health Care Utilization dashboard. In the last 24-hours (4/6 to 4/7) we saw and increase of 315… Continue Reading →

Missouri: Covid-19 Day 28

Pleasant Hill, April 5, 2020 – Today as I look at the data for the 28th day I see what appears to be a flattening.  However, I’m not sure if this is due to it being Sunday and fewer reports… Continue Reading →

Missouri: Covid-19 Day 27

Pleasant Hill, 4/3/2020 – As the COVID-19 virus spreads throughout the nation, here in Missouri we had the first reported case on March 3, 2020 in the County of St. Louis.  Twenty seven days later, we are up to 2,112… Continue Reading →

Cleaver Speaks on Area Housing

PLEASANT HILL, OCTOBER 20, 2018 – In Blue Springs newspaper The Examiner, candidate Cleaver expressed, “concerns about the increasing cost of living in the district. He called a lack of affordable housing ‘a major crisis,’ contending that the minimum price… Continue Reading →

Missouri 2018, Amendment 1

PLEASANT HILL, OCTOBER 15, 2018 – The November 6th, 2018 ballot will have several amendments for the voters to consider.  Here is the wording and an opinion on the Amendment. Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to: Change process and… Continue Reading →

MO REAL ID Deadline Update

PLEASANT HILL, OCTOBER 11, 2018 – From Senator Mike Cierpiot’s Capitol Report. There has been another development regarding Missouri’s implementation of the REAL ID Act. The Missouri Department of Revenue announced on October 1st   that Missouri has received an… Continue Reading →

CASS COUNTY: Election Resources

PLEASANT HILL, AUGUST 2, 2018 – The primary elections for 2018 are coming up on Tuesday August 7 for Missouri. The most common question around elections is: Where can I find a sample ballot.  This page will give you a… Continue Reading →

The Will of the People Thwarted (Italy & Missouri)

PLEASANT HILL, MAY 29, 2018 – Two event reported today show how thin the veneer of “The Will of the People” truly is in the supposed democracies of this world.  It is not an issue reserved for major countries, it… Continue Reading →

General Municipal Election Right Around the Corner

GUEST COLUMN: Senator Will Kraus – The Missouri General Assembly is currently in the middle of its annual legislative spring break, which is always a great opportunity to get caught up and prepare for the second half of session. Since… Continue Reading →

Senate Adopts Resolution on REAL ID

From the Office of Missouri Senator Will Kraus – The Senate voted last week to adopt Senate Resolution 270, legislation I filed urging Congress to repeal the REAL ID Act of 2005. It has been 12 years since Congress passed… Continue Reading →

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