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Will Kraus – Senate Approves Bill to Curb Department of Revenue Overreach

It is hard to believe we just wrapped up our sixth week of t­­he 2017 session. Here in the Senate, committee work is moving at a brisk pace, the budget process is gearing up, and my colleagues and I are… Continue Reading →

AP: A Glance at New Laws Missouri Legislators Voted to Enact

Missouri Senate overrides bill allowing concealed carry without a permit

Guest Column: Celebrating the American Worker

LEE’S SUMMIT, SEPTEMBER 1, 2016 – As I am writing this, Americans throughout the country are eagerly anticipating the upcoming three-day holiday weekend. The unofficial end of summer will be marked by picnics and backyard barbecues by the pool. Families… Continue Reading →

From Senator Will Kraus, Mid-Session Review

The Missouri General Assembly reached the unofficial halfway point in the 2016 legislative session the week of March 21st. Over the past 2 ½ months, the Senate has crafted and advanced legislation that will improve communities across our state. We… Continue Reading →

State Senator Will Kraus – Capitol Report

Veterans Day Monday, Nov. 11, the United States will celebrate Veterans Day to honor those who have served their country in any military capacity. Originally proclaimed as Armistice Day by President Woodrow Wilson in 1919, the day is also celebrated… Continue Reading →

Kraus to Visit Local Officials Prior to Session

JEFFERSON CITY, NOVEMBER 29, 2012 – State Sen. Will Kraus, R-Lee’s Summit, will meet with local elected leaders in an effort to find issues each community would like to see addressed during the 2013 session in the General Assembly.  In… Continue Reading →

Governor Jay Nixon; Cheap Seats in the Back Comment

LEE’S SUMMIT, SEPTEMBER 8, 2012 – In this day and age of YouTube and smart phones with video capability politicians truly have it tough.  Governor Jay Nixon speaking to a crowd had this to say about the Missouri Assembly: OK,… Continue Reading →

State Senator Lager Calls Upon Governor Nixon to Call Special Session to Opt-out of Federal Healthcare Law

JEFFERSON CITY, July 5, 2012 – State Senator Brad Lager, a candidate for Lt. Governor, announced today that he has sent a letter to Governor Nixon, calling upon him to convene a special session of the Missouri General Assembly, so… Continue Reading →

Sen. Will Kraus and Local Lawmakers to Host Town Hall Meetings

JEFFERSON CITY, March 8, 2012 – State Sen. Will Kraus, in conjunction with other local lawmakers, will be meeting with constituents during upcoming town hall meetings. “I appreciate every opportunity to meet with the citizens of the district,” Sen. Kraus… Continue Reading →

Missouri Redistricting Gets Local Mom Fired UP

by Melinda Wilcox Deason I feel like I am part of a group of history makers! Let me tell you – tonight (Tuesday, February 7, 2012) was probably my favorite night ever of our Kansas City Metro Republican Women’s Club… Continue Reading →

Busy Time of the Year

I hope that you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and were able to spend time with family and friends. I am reminded to be thankful year-round for the many blessings we enjoy as free citizens in this great country. It is… Continue Reading →

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