Smith and EPA Administrator Pruitt announce plans to stop regulation through litigation
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced they will enact the position outlined in Congressman Jason Smith’s taxpayer protection legislation that passed the U.S. House of Representatives in September. The policy would prevent radical liberal groups from taking Missourians’ tax dollars and imposing burdensome government regulations.
Smith discusses his focus on farms, plans for tax reform and work with President Trump and Vice President Pence
HOUSTON, MO – Congressman Jason Smith spoke to the Texas County Farm Bureau this week where they discussed his focus on farms, plans for tax reform and his work with President Trump and Vice President Pence.
Smith visits locally owned UPS store and Lazy L Safari, a family-run agribusiness
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO – Congressman Jason Smith stopped in Cape Girardeau this week to visit two small businesses and discuss issues they are facing. First, Smith stopped at a UPS store and then visited Lazy L Safari, a family-run agribusiness. Both small businesses are locally owned and operated, hire hardworking Missourians and are involved in the community.
Smith joins Veterans from Perryville for Missouri’s National Veterans Memorial Ceremony
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congressman Jason Smith joined veterans from Perryville to lead the flag exchange ceremony for Missouri’s National Veterans Memorial.
Smith passes taxpayer protection legislation after sharp increase in “sue and settle” practice
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Jason Smith’s taxpayer protection legislation passed the U.S. House of Representatives today. Smith’s legislation will prevent radical liberal groups from taking Missourians’ tax dollars and imposing burdensome government regulations.
Smith authors and passes bill to prevent Sanctuary Cities from using Missourians’ tax dollars
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Jason Smith authored and passed an amendment this evening by a vote of 225-195 that stops federal highway funds for sanctuary cities. Cities like San Francisco use federal tax dollars to improve their roads, highways and bridges while at the same time breaking U.S. law by protecting all illegal immigrants in their city from deportation.
Smith meets with local farm to discuss the impact of agri-tourism and entertainment
CALEDONIA, MO – On August 29, 2017, Congressman Jason Smith was at Caledonia Vineyard in Washington County to meet with owners Paul and Deanna Redinger about the challenges they face while running their family owned agribusiness and the importance of operations like Caledonia Vineyard to agri-tourism and entertainment in southeast and south central Missouri.
Smith talks with local farm owners to understand challenges they face and what they need from farm bill
SIKESTON, MO – On August 28, 2017, Congressman Jason Smith held a roundtable to discuss the challenges local farmers face as they run their agriculture operations and what they need from the next farm bill. Smith was joined by United States House of Representatives Agriculture Subcommittee Chairman Rep. Rodney Davis (IL-13).
Farm Owners Share Concerns with Smith about Rising Cost of Healthcare
BOURBON, MO – On August 9, 2017, Congressman Jason Smith stopped at Heartland Farms in Crawford County and spoke with owners Jeff and Pam Lock about their concerns over the rising out of pocket costs for their family’s healthcare coverage.
Smith talks with Dowden Family about challenges they face running a dairy farm
MANES, MO – On August 8, 2017, Congressman Jason Smith stopped at Dowden Dairy in Wright County to talk with the Dowden Family about the challenges they face while running their family dairy farm.