Moira Bagley-Smith also worked for House Majority Whip Scalise
I am one of the many people in our area whose Social Security number was used to file a fraudulent tax return. I have been following this issue and am surprised by the statements made by Congresswoman Ann Wagner in the various clips I've seen on KMOV (Channel 4).
Three years ago, I was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. I was only 65. It took three different doctors over the course of a year to get the diagnosis. That year was hard. Not having an answer was hard. I wasn’t just forgetting things; I felt disconnected from my surroundings.
U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner thought it necessary to write to U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill urging Sen. McCaskill not to join other Senate Democrats in blocking the Senate version of a human trafficking bill Rep. Wagner sponsored in the House ("Wagner criticizes McCaskill for not bucking party’s filibu…
Two battle for the second time in two months over abortion-related legislation
On Feb. 25, the Post-Dispatch reported President Obama’s veto of the congressional bill for the Keystone XL Pipeline. As expected, most local members of Congress strongly feel the president’s veto is a job killer.
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Opponents raise questions about mandatory minimum sentences.
Thank you, Dr. Larry J. Shapiro, for the outstanding commentary "Invest in medical research for our future prosperity" (Jan. 20) and raising awareness about the growing Alzheimer's epidemic and the urgent need to invest in research. As a son who cared for both of my parents with Alzheimer's,…
Organizer now says Scalise actually spoke to civic association in same hotel
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Four new GOP women win, but party will be short of all-time high in House
U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner, of the 2nd district of Missouri, attends the awarding of the Purple Heart medal to Arnold resident John Schuh on Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014, at Arnold city hall Photo by Christian Gooden, firstname.lastname@example.org
"That's one medal I didn't want to get," said Joseph Clarkson (left) of O'Fallon, Mo., as he greets John Schuh (right) on Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014, at Arnold City Hall. U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner (second from left) and Schuh's wife, Karen Schuh, look on. JOhn Schuh was awarded a Purple Heart with …
There’s a saying in politics that elections are won by those who show up. Perhaps that’s so for voters, but a key part of U.S. Rep. Ann Wagner’s strategy for re-election in Missouri’s 2nd Congressional District is to not show up.
I would like to commend and thank college student Rebecca Basson (letters, Oct. 19) for asking Missouri voters to hold their legislators accountable on Nov. 4. As she points out, most of these legislators have no accountability to their constituents, but merely pass laws/mandates as dictated…
Disappointed that more didn't survive GOP primaries, vows efforts will continue