For every instance of one fraudulent vote, a legitimate American voter is disenfranchised. As the Supreme Court of the United States recognized when it upheld the constitutionality of Indiana’s voter identification law in 2008, “… not only is the risk of voter fraud real but…it could affect the outcome of a close election.”
Washington, D.C.- Congressman Jason Smith sent a letter to EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy raising concerns with the EPA's preliminary ecological risk assesment for atrazine, a herbicide widely used by many Missouri farmers. Read the full letter here.
1,811. It was learned this week that was the number of illegal aliens who were ‘mistakenly’ granted American citizenship by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. All of these 1,811 illegal immigrants now turned American citizens were previously ordered to be deported or removed from the U.S.
U.S. House Passes Rep. Jason Smith’s Bill to Increase Coverage Options for those with Kidney Failure
Smith’s bill gives Americans Suffering with End Stage Renal Disease the health care options they deserve
Kendell and Laurie Clarkston exemplify the true meaning and heart of adoption. As physicians serving in Willow Springs, Missouri, both have directly seen the needs of children living in impoverished conditions and without the love and nurture of a family. While having two biological children of their own, the Clarkstons always felt a tug on their hearts to bring other children into their home
This week, the U.S. House Oversight and Government Reform Committee conducted a public hearing delving into the policies and procedures the U.S. State Department employs for preserving federal records.
NEWS: Delta Regional Authority, state and local partners invest more than $7 million into the Missouri Bootheel economy
Investment helps expands fiber optic infrastructure in Marquette tech district
Congressman Smith held a healthcare roundtable in Kennett for folks concerned with the rising cost of health care in American including doctors, pharmacists, families, and small business owners. At Congressman Smith's roundtable in Kennett, the main topic of discussion was related to concerns people have about the quality of care Veterans are receiving.
Congressman Smith held a healthcare roundtable in Farmington for folks concerned with the rising cost of health care in America including doctors, patients, pharmacists, families and small business owners.
Congressman Smith held a healthcare roundtable in Cape Girardeau for folks concerned with the rising cost of health care in America including doctors, pharmacists, patients, families and small business owners. At Congressman Smith's healthcare roundtable in Cape Girardeau, the main topic of discussion was how to fix America's broken healthcare system.