Rural Missouri - April 2011 - (Page 4)
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April 2011 Volume 63 / Number 4 Jim McCarty, editor email@example.com Jason Jenkins, managing editor firstname.lastname@example.org Heather Berry, associate editor email@example.com Kyle Spradley, field editor firstname.lastname@example.org Megan Schibi, editorial assistant email@example.com Mary Davis, production manager firstname.lastname@example.org Angie Jones-Gerber Dusty Weter Co-op page designers
They voted for you
hen Missouri’s electric cooperatives asked for help from lawmakers on legislation that would preserve the nuclear power option for Missouri, the level of support was outstanding. This legislation saw widespread support from Democrats and Republicans in addition to lawmakers who represent urban and rural parts of the state. Please join us in thanking the following House and Senate members who are working hard on this important issue. These senators were co-sponsors of Senate Bill 321 sponsored by Sen. Mike Kehoe: Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal, D – University City Sen. Jane Cunningham, R – St. Louis County Sen. Tom Dempsey, R – St. Peters Sen. Bob Dixon, R – Springfield Sen. Kevin Engler, R – Farmington Sen. Tim Green, D – St. Louis County Sen. Mike Kehoe, R – Jefferson City Sen. Brad Lager, R – Savannah Sen. Jim Lembke, R – St. Louis Sen. Ryan McKenna, D – Crystal City Sen. Brian Munzlinger, R – Williamstown Sen. Brian Nieves, R – Washington Sen. Mike Parson, R – Bolivar Sen. Ron Richard, R – Joplin Sen. Scott Rupp, R – St. Charles County Sen. Rob Schaaf, R – St. Joseph Sen. Kurt Schaefer, R – Columbia Sen. Bill Stouffer, R – Saline County Sen. Jay Wasson, R – Nixa Sen. Robin Wright-Jones, D – St. Louis These representatives voted yes on House Bill 124 sponsored by Rep. Jeanie Riddle in the House Utilities Committee: Rep. Darrell Pollock, R-Lebanon Rep. Dave Schatz, R-Sullivan Rep. Mike Bernskoetter, R-Jefferson City Rep. Mike Cierpiot, R-Lee’s Summit Rep. Sandy Crawford, R-Buffalo Rep. Charlie Davis, R-Webb City Rep. Charlie Denison, R-Springfield Rep. Tony Dugger, R-Hartville Rep. Ward Franz, R-West Plains
These lawmakers are supporting Missouri’s energy future
Rep. Don Gosen, R-Chesterfield Rep. Jason Holsman, D-Kansas City Rep. Jacob Hummel, D-St. Louis Rep. Caleb Jones, R-California Rep. Bart Korman, R-High Hill Rep. Sara Lampe, D-Springfield Rep. Jeanie Riddle, R-Mokane Rep. Don Ruzicka, R-Mount Vernon Rep. Rodney Schad, R-Versailles Rep. Clem Smith, D-Velda Village Hills Rep. Churie Spreng, D-Florrisant Rep. Steve Webb, D-Florrisant These representatives were co-sponsors of House Bill 124 sponsored by Rep. Jeanie Riddle: Rep. Jay Barnes, R-Jefferson City Rep. Mike Bernskoetter, R-Jefferson City Rep. Steve Cookson, R-Fairdealing Rep. Sandy Crawford, R-Buffalo Rep. Charlie Davis, R-Webb City Rep. David Day, R-Dixon Rep. Charlie Denison, R-Springfield Rep. Tony Dugger, R-Hartville Rep. Sue Entlicher, R-Bolivar Rep. Ward Franz, R-West Plains Rep. Chuck Gatschenberger, R-Lake St. Louis Rep. Don Gosen, R-Chesterfield Rep. Jason Holsman, D-Kansas City Rep. Jay Houghton, R-Martinsburg Rep. Andrew Koenig, R-Winchester Rep. Bart Korman, R-High Hill Rep. Bill Lant, R-Joplin Rep. Donna Lichtenegger, R-Jackson Rep. Thomas Long, R-Battlefield Rep. Mark Parkinson, R-St. Charles Rep. Darrell Pollock, R-Lebanon Rep. Craig Redmon, R-Canton Rep. Todd Richardson, R-Poplar Bluff Rep. Jeanie Riddle, R-Mokane Rep. Rodney Schad, R-Versailles Rep. Dwight Scharnhorst, R-St. Louis Rep. Dave Schatz, R-Sullivan Rep. Stephen Webber, D-Columbia Rep. Bill White, R-Joplin
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Sen. Mike Kehoe of Jefferson City speaks on behalf of legislation he introduced that would keep alive the option of nuclear power for Missouri. More than 300 supporters of the legislation — including electric cooperatives, unions, electrical workers, chamber executives and small business owners — turned out for a hearing held March 9.
photo by Kyle Spradley
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Rural Missouri - April 2011
Rural Missouri - April 2011
Memories of that Mountain Music
Best of Rural Missouri
Hearth and Home
Prairie passage pit stop
Valley of Many Deer Gallery
Rural Missouri - April 2011
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