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Congressional Tipoffs Involving Missouri Newsletter for Sunday December 29, 2019 ( 3 items )  

Rep. Blaine's Bulletin: End of the Year
WASHINGTON, Dec. 28 -- Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer, R-Missouri, issued the following column: As we close out 2019, I always like to take a moment and reflect on the past year. With all of the headlines, endless news coverage, and last week's vote it would be easy to assume impeachment and the months-long investigations in search of any evidence to support it was the only thing that took place in Congress. And, truth be told, for some of my colleagues it was the only thing they cared to accomplish.   more

Rep. Graves Issues Statement on Articles of Impeachment
WASHINGTON, Dec. 18 -- Rep. Sam Graves, R-Missouri, issued the following statement opposing both the articles of impeachment: "I strongly opposed the articles of impeachment brought by the liberal majority. "Perhaps now we can get back to work for the American people and accomplish many of the important things that we should have finished months ago-like securing better trade deals and fixing our Nation's aging infrastructure."  more

Rep. Smith: Weekly Capitol Report
WASHINGTON, Dec. 28 -- Rep. Jason Smith, R-Missouri, issued the following Capitol Report column: At the start of 2019, for the second time in her life, Nancy Pelosi was sworn in as Speaker of the House of Representatives. While I knew this would mean a dramatic shift left for the policies advanced in your Congress, I at least had a brief moment of optimism during her opening remarks when Speaker Pelosi said that she was going to work "in a bipartisan way for the good of our country." Surely, sh  more