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Gina Mitten
State Representative, Missouri HD83
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Gina Mitten 11h
has helped so many, such a short-sighted, politically motivated decision.
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Gina Mitten 11h
Ok. I'm teary eyed. ❤️
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Sam Newton 12h
Springfield made a sneaky appearance in Stranger Things cc
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Jo Mannies 18h
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Caitlin Campbell 19h
And there it is... We have a motion to not fund any state tax credits for next year.
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Jessie Singer Nov 16
Think about how many people were beaten and arrested just for saying that this would happen.
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Gina Mitten 20h
Because taking $ from those with health needs to pay for elite private jet owners' tax breaks will
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Molly Priddy Nov 16
men: looks like we're the worst women: uh huh men: we can't be in power women: uh huh men: guess all we can do is hand it to the robots women: uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
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Rep. Forrest Bennett Nov 16
Easy and counterproductive: -term limits -straight party voting -“kick ‘em all out.” Hard and meaningful: -campaign finance reform -non-partisan redistricting -recognizing who cares and who doesn’t, and replacing those who don’t with those who do
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Russell Crowe Nov 16
Dear people with no soul , stop shooting Elephants
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Judy Morgan Nov 16
Well said ! If you agree with us that the MO State Board of Education should stay out of politics and stick to doing what's best for kids, let them know at sbe@dese.mo.gov or 573-751-4212.
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Mark Osmack Nov 16
No, . You don’t represent us. falls short of being 'real' reform hardworking Americans deserve. It takes $300 billion from those who need affordable health insurance and gives a $300 billion tax cut to corporations and the wealthy.
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The Kansas City Star Nov 16
On Kansas-style tax cuts, please don’t make us say we told you so, senators
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Rudi Keller Nov 16
ICYMI: McCaskill slams as giveaway for businesses, the wealthy that would hurt MO: 'I am painfully aware that the changes in this bill could blow a billion dollar hole in Missouri’s budget'
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Gina Mitten Nov 16
Geez - can't imagine why he'd be for it....
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Gina Mitten Nov 16
Marco Rubio gets $2200 more per year; single working mom in poverty gets $75. So HOW does this tax bill provide so called "relief" to working families? I believe a household earning $200,000/yr is in the 97th percentile.... what about 96% of Americans earning below $200k????
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Gina Mitten Nov 16
always works for his constituents and working folks across Missouri
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Gina Mitten Nov 16
Best post I'll probably read for weeks. Thank you for speaking up.
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