Blaine's Bulletin: Travels Around the 3rd District
October 21, 2016
Summer has come to an end and fall is upon us in central and eastern Missouri. Along with it, we’ve seen relief from the heat, some beautiful sunrises, and even a few extreme thunderstorms. For our corn and soybean farmers, this time of year means long hours in the field harvesting grain. As October rolls along, I am continuing to tour Missouri’s 3rd District and wanted to update you on some of the meetings I’ve had and the issues that are at the top of folks’ minds right now. Recently, I had th... More
Blaine's Bulletin: Breast Cancer Awareness Month
October 14, 2016
Many of us have been affected, one way or another, by cancer. Whether you are battling some form of the disease, or it is afflicting a loved one, friend, colleague, or neighbor – unfortunately, we are all bound to know someone who is fighting cancer. Both of my parents battled different forms of the disease. I have been a proud supporter of funding for the National Institutes of Health during my time in Congress. This agency researches and finds cures for all types of cancer. However, with the m... More
Blaine's Bulletin: First Step Back Home
October 7, 2016
I’m always struck by the extraordinary individuals I meet as I travel throughout Missouri’s 3rd District. From St. Charles to Camdenton and every point in between, it’s the spirit of our people that makes Missouri such a special place to live. Recently, I had the pleasure of visiting First Step Back Home, a faith-based, non-profit charity serving the homeless in St. Charles, Lincoln, and Warren Counties. The organization was founded in 2005 and has been serving the needy on a daily basis each an... More
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Luetkemeyer Demands VA Improve Veterans Crisis Line
October 3, 2016
With bipartisan support from the House of Representatives, U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-03) led a letter to the Department of Veterans Affairs demanding improvements to the Veterans Crisis Line. “Helping veterans, especially at their most critical hour, is one of my highest priorities in Congress,” Luetkemeyer said. “It is unacceptable that veterans have been placed on hold when calling the Veterans Crisis Line and even sometimes disconnected. This letter demands that the VA do a better job ... More
Helping Veterans, a President Veto Override, and So Much More
September 30, 2016
It seems like September came and went in the blink of an eye. Fall has officially begun and even though the weather has cooled off in central and eastern Missouri, there was plenty of heated debate in Congress. One difficult topic that we shed some light on is suicide prevention. September is recognized as National Suicide Prevention Month and, each day, 20 of our nation’s veterans commit suicide. This is a tragedy. Now, the Department of Veterans Affairs has a crisis line to counsel veterans in... More
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