Missouri must take action on several priority issues in 2019 for our rural areas to remain vibrant and grow into the 21st century.

Free & Fair Trade

Free & Fair Trade

Missouri’s farmers export massive amounts of products to foreign countries. We need to open new markets and fix existing issues with our trading partners.

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Broadband Internet Access

Broadband Internet Access

Broadband internet access is essential for tomorrow’s economy. Missouri needs to coordinate efforts to bring our state up to modern standards.

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Transportation & Infrastructure

Transportation & Infrastructure

Missouri’s transportation network needs more funding, and rural farm-to-market roads and bridges need it the most. We must devote more resources to them.

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Value-Added Initiative

Value-Added Initiative

Processing raw goods in-state could keep billions of dollars in Missouri. This initiative could be the basis for Missouri agriculture’s future growth.

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Flooding

Flooding

Record flooding along the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers has devastated farmland and rural communities. Farmers and communities need help to recover.

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Property Rights

Property Rights

Property Rights are critical to farmers. They should not be disregarded for projects like the Grain Belt Express.

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Feral Hogs

Feral Hogs

Feral hogs are a growing threat to Missouri, destroying crops, pastures and forests. We must stop this pest from spreading and eradicate it from our state.

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Opioid Abuse

Opioid Abuse

Opioid abuse or overdose has affected one in three Missouri families. Medical professionals need more information to make wise decisions about these drugs.

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Initiative Petition Reform

Initiative Petition Reform

Rural Missourians deserve to have their voices heard. Missouri law should ensure that all parts of the state are adequately represented in signature collection.

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Clean Water Rule

Clean Water Rule

Clean water is critical for Missouri, and clear rules help farmers follow the law and keep water clean. The EPA’s Clean Water Rule should be fully enacted.

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Wind / Solar Farms

Wind / Solar Farms

Taxes paid by wind and solar farms will now stay in the local community, thanks to the Missouri legislature’s passage of House Bill 220.

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Science-Based Regulations

Science-Based Regulations

Thanks to Senate Bill 391, animals and farmers are now governed by consistent, science-based regulations, not fear.

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