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Senate Majority Leaders Announce Priority Issues for the 2018 Legislative Session


Job Opportunities and Creating a Better Environment for People to Live, Work and Conduct Business Are High on the List

JEFFERSON CITY— Creating a smaller, better government that helps to create jobs and increases meaningful work opportunities will be this year’s focus according to Senate Leader Ron Richard, R-Joplin, and Majority Floor Leader Mike Kehoe, R-Jefferson City. 305 more words

Economic Development

No, the new Texas insurance law does not require homeowners to file storm-related damage claims before September 1st

It started with an email, forwarded from a friend in Austin, containing the following:
EFFECTIVE FRIDAY, the laws governing insurance claims in Texas will change to your detriment.
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Job Creation – the #1 Priority

Building a Job-Friendly, Pro-Worker Environment

The first time I walked into the beautiful and historic Capitol building as an elected official, I thought, well what I am I going to do next? 588 more words

Economic Development

Session Scorecard


Senate Provides Strong Economic Developments Tools to the Show-Me State

Labor Reform and Tort Reform Lead the Issues on the Governor’s Desk

JEFFERSON CITY— The First Regular Session of the 99th General Assembly came to a close today as the gavel fell at 6 p.m. 1,193 more words

Economic Development

Catastrophically injured Oregonians ask for right to sue for more than $500,000 for suffering

The Senate is expected to vote on a bill that would abolish a $500,000 cap on the amount injured people can collect in lawsuits for noneconomic damages. 63 more words

Oregon Legislature

Bill capping malpractice awards is frivolous

Iowa doctors have among the least expensive liability insurance in the country

I would encourage people to watch the movie “Hot Coffee”. It talks about the McDonald’s coffee case among others. 90 more words