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Blaine's Bulletin: What's on your mind?
August 28, 2015
As I prepare to head back to Washington after a few uninterrupted weeks of visiting with folks throughout Missouri’s 3rd District, I find myself reflecting on the issues that were discussed and what is on your minds. I heard from some of you who are concerned about what Congress has accomplished so far this year. I am pleased to report that during the first seven months of the 114th Congress, the House passed 190 bills. In addition, under our country’s new Republican-led Congress, there have bee... More
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Blaine's Bulletin: Every Child Deserves Access to a High Quality Education
August 21, 2015
Something that we can all agree on is that every child in every school deserves access to an excellent education. However, our country is falling short of achieving the goal of every child receiving a solid educational foundation. Currently, only 38 percent of high school seniors can read at grade level and 26 percent are proficient in math. What is even more alarming is out of 34 countries, students in the United States rank 20th and 27th in science and math, respectively. What all of these num... More
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Luetkemeyer, Missouri Elected Officials Join in Farm Bureau Press Conference to Highlight Federal Overreach
August 20, 2015
Today, U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-03) discussed regulatory overreach during the Missouri Farm Bureau led press conference with other members from the Missouri delegation. “This morning’s press conference provided an excellent opportunity to educate the public about the continued federal overreach coming out of Washington and what we are doing to combat these regulations from the Obama administration,” Luetkemeyer said. “The Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule will undoubtedly have an ... More
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Blaine's Bulletin: The Administration's Takeover of the Energy Industry
August 14, 2015
Earlier this month, the president and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the finalized rule to regulate emissions from existing power plants, mandating a 32 percent cut in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. So what does this mean? Let me break this down a little more. An early analysis of the proposed rule that called for a 30 percent decrease found that electricity prices would increase an average of 12-17 percent by 2030 meaning that the average Missouri household’s annual bill... More
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Blaine's Bulletin: Constituent Services
August 7, 2015
Serving as your representative is comprised of several components. Some of the components are committee work, voting, sponsoring pieces of legislation, touring businesses around the 3rd District and meeting with constituents. However, there is another part of my job, and I believe a very important one, which is providing services for constituents. The seat I hold in the House of Representatives does not belong to me; it belongs to more than 760,000 Missourians in 13 counties. As your liaison to ... More
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