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On July 4, 1776, America declared its independence from England. Less than a year before that declaration, two ships were commissioned to intercept British goods and ammunition. That stands as the founding of the Continental Navy, now the United States Navy.

At the time, the British Navy...

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America is at a crossroads. Our infrastructure is crumbling, and, in the midst of a global pandemic, millions of Americans are out of work. Rebuilding our infrastructure could be just the shot in the arm our country needs to rebuild. So, will we rise to the occasion, set aside our partisan...

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Missouri is back open for business. That’s great news for working families and business owners alike.

For more than two months, we were asked to stay at home, slow the spread, and help buy our healthcare workers precious time to fight back against this virus. We did that. We’ve...

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Running a farm or a ranch is tough on a good day, but the COVID-19 pandemic has made it nearly impossible for farmers and ranchers to scrape by. Livestock producers, in particular, have been shoved between a rock and a hard place. Just before farm loan payments are due, when many farmers were...

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76 years ago, the Allied Expeditionary Force launched the largest seaborne invasion in the history of the world, embarking upon a great crusade to free millions of oppressed peoples. Through blood, sweat, toil, and tears, 156,000 young men fought inch-by-inch to secure a foothold for the Allied...

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As Teacher Appreciation Month as well as the school year comes to an end, it is important to recognize not only our teachers, but also our students as well. Both overcame unparalleled challenges this year to ensure learning continued, even without a classroom to meet in.

In March,...

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Across the country, COVID-19 testing continues to increase. It’s important that every area of the country has the ability and resources to be able to test those who need a test. Thankfully, more help is on the way to expand COVID-19 testing in Missouri.

Missouri is home to more rural...

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Across the country, concerns about our food supply are growing as we take action to fight the coronavirus pandemic. Meat processing facilities have shuttered or slowed production as virus outbreaks among workers have spurred aggressive measures to control the disease. To be clear, worker and...

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Americans are facing unprecedented challenges in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Millions have lost their jobs, countless small businesses have shut down—some permanently, and virtually every school in the country has closed its doors. As Americans have stayed home over the last month,...

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After weeks of delay and needless obstruction, we were finally able to replenish the Paycheck Protection Program—providing billions more in forgivable loans to help small businesses keep their employees on payroll. On Thursday, the House voted to add $310 billion to the program and specified...