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Redmon Report

Greetings, I hope everyone has had a safe and pleasant week.  On the General Assembly side, we got off to a bad start to our week.  Jefferson City and southern Missouri got pelted with snow, so everything on Monday was pushed back or cancelled.  This was done to give all the members and staff another […]

Report: More MO Kids Start School Day with Healthy Breakfast

by Mona Shand Jefferson City, Mo. – It’s the most important meal of the day, and a new report finds more Missouri children in high-poverty areas are starting the school day with a healthy breakfast. According to the Food Research and Action Center, nearly 217,000 kids across the state took part in the federal School […]

Faster Internet Could Come to Rural MO Under New Proposal

by Mona Shand Jefferson City, MO – The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is proposing to reclassify the Internet the same as a utility, which would improve access for rural Missourians. FCC chairman Tom Wheeler announced Wednesday he will seek to have the Internet regulated under Title II of the Communications Act of 1934. […]

Redmon Report

4th District State Representative Craig Redmon We started working on the budget last week, which is a long and extensive process.  We will spend 8 to 12 hours a day on top of our other committees, session and other meetings.  Though it makes for long days, being on the Budget Committee is very rewarding as […]

Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich Announces Candidacy for Governor

Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich Announces Candidacy for Governor

(St Louis) – Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich today in St. Louis announced his candidacy for Missouri Governor at an event in St. Louis. It’s the first in a multi-stop announcement tour that will bring the twice-successful statewide candidate to every corner of the Show-Me State. In his announcement speech, Schweich spelled out what his three […]

Fourth District Report

Representative Craig Redmon, R-Canton Hi – Greetings from the Capitol. I wanted to expound a little on a bill I recently filed.  It stated that I wanted to end the tax for the Department of Conservation.  I do not intend to follow up with that.  I did want to bring attention to the fact that […]

Redmon Reappointed Chairman of Agriculture, Conservation and Natural Resources Appropriations Committee

JEFFERSON CITY – State Rep. Craig Redmon will continue to lead one of seven appropriations committees that will work with the House Budget Committee to develop a state spending plan for the next fiscal year. Redmon was selected this week by House Speaker John J. Diehl, Jr. to continue his service as chairman of the […]

Fourth District Report

Fourth District Report

State Representative Craig Redmon, R-Canton   Hello Everyone…Happy New Year!! Here it is 2015 Session and we hit the ground running. First of all, I was reappointed to the Chair of Appropriations Committee for Agriculture, Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.  I am happy about that. I joined my colleagues in the Missouri House last […]

Wilson Crossing New Bridge

Wilson Crossing New Bridge

MoDOT’s District Bridge Inspector Skip Wilson will be retiring after 30 years and more than 15,000 bridge inspections, including numerous trips to Scotland County.   HANNIBAL – When James “Skip” Wilson drove his ‘74 Vega station wagon to Jefferson City in 1985 to apply for the job in bridge maintenance for MoDOT, he wasn’t sure […]

Number of Athletes Sustaining Concussions Continues to Rise in Missouri

by Katie Hynes Missouri has seen a rise in concussions among high school athletes, but the Missouri State High School Athletic Association (MSHSAA) said the trend is not unexpected. Nationwide, more than 600 high school athletes suffered a concussion during the 2011-2012 school year. MSHSAA has studied the number of brain injuries high school athletes […]

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