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ENG:Blaine Luetkemeyer (born May 7, 1952) is the U.S. Representative for Missouri's 3rd congressional district. He represented Missouri's 9th congressional district from 2009 to 2013, until that district was eliminated as a result of the 2010 Census. The district contains most of Northeastern Missouri. Luetkemeyer is a member of the Republican Party. Early life, education, and pre-political career Luetkemeyer was born in Jefferson City, Missouri on May 7, 1952. He attended Lincoln University in Jefferson City and graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in political science and with a minor in business administration. He has a 98% party unity. A lifelong farmer who is the fourth generation of his family to own their farm, Luetkemeyer has also owned several small businesses, as well as ...
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Luetkemeyer Highlights Telephone Support Program


With an increasing number of servicemembers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-9) is urging spouses of those coming home to take advantage of a Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) telephone support program designed to ease the transition for returning troops and their families. “This telephone support program is an invaluable resource for our military families and veterans during the transition from service overseas to life back here at home,” Luetkemeyer said. “I urge folks to take advantage of this program as a way to deal with the ...


Simplify the Tax Code Begs Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer


Throughout my time in Congress, I have worked aggressively to provide more certainty to American taxpayers by supporting tax policies that foster economic growth. Our tax code is too complicated, too cumbersome, and stands in the way of job growth. To address the long-term economic issues facing our nation, I believe our tax code should be flatter, fairer and simpler. It would be irresponsible to raise taxes on hard-working Americans, especially during a time of great economic uncertainty and high levels of unemployment. Under a lower tax burden, Americans would have a greater incentive to ...


Rep. Luetkemeyer sought fast track for visa program


In July, as the Mamtek project in Moberly was on the brink of collapse, U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer met with a top immigration official to push along the company’s application for an investor visa program. When the meeting took place, there were no outward signs of trouble. Construction was still under way, and plans were being made for the time when some of the promised 600 factory jobs would be filled. On July 14 in Washington, D.C., Luetkemeyer, a Republican from St. Elizabeth, met with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Deputy Director Lori Scialabba to get the EB-5 ...


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Luetkemeyer Urges DOT to Approve Grant for Replacement of Merchants Bridge
Today, U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-03) sent a letter to U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao urging the agency to approve a grant application for the replacement of the Merchants Bridge, a 127 year-old bridge spanning the Mississippi River between Venice, Illinois and St. Louis, Missouri. As the letter states, the Merchants Bridge, “is a vital asset of the nation’s freight network between St. Louis and Chicago that supports: six Class I railroads operating in the United States: the TRRA and Amtrak; the nation’s third largest inland port; two international cargo airports: St. Louis International Airport and MidAmerica St. Louis Airport; and four Interstate Highways: I-44, I-55, I-64, and I-70.” The letter goes on to mention, “Failing to address the bridge’s structural problems now will cause major disruptions in the nation’s multi-modal freight network and passenger travel options while posing a significant safety hazard for trains crossing the br
Blaine's Bulletin: Veterans Day
Some of the most moving events I have had the privilege and honor of attending as your representative in Congress have been those associated with our nation’s veterans. Specifically, what comes to mind are the Honor Flight events that take place throughout the year. It is an incredible honor to stand and welcome veterans from mid-Missouri who travel to Washington to visit their the numerous memorials dedicated to our men and women in uniform. I fully support this program because of what it means to our all of our veterans, and particularly World War II veterans who may be experiencing their only chance to see the memorials in Washington.   With Veterans Day around the corner, let us remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice and recognize those who returned home in less than good health. Our wounded and disabled soldiers are national heroes who are faced with numerous challenges as a result of their selfless service to our country. These individuals serve as our grea
Luetkemeyer Supports Passage of the Save Local Business Act on House Floor
Today, U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-03) voted in support of H.R. 3441, the Save Local Business Act, which was passed in the House of Representatives. This legislation would reaffirm that two or more employers must have “actual, direct, and immediate” control over employees to be considered joint employers under the National Labor Relations Act and Fair Labor Standards Act. “This bill would overturn a ruling made by unelected bureaucrats at the National Labor Relations Board under the Obama administration that would drastically broaden what constitutes a joint employer,” Luetkemeyer said. “Codifying the previous, longheld joint employer standard into law will provide the needed long-term certainty for small businesses to operate without fear of future bureaucrats again upending decades of labor law with vague and unworkable policies.” According to the American Action Forum, the Obama-era joint employer standard could result in 1.7 million fewer jobs. Luetkemeyer is
Luetkemeyer Statement on Jay Powell Nominated as Chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve
U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-03) issued the following statement after President Trump announced his intent to nominate Jay Powell to serve as the next chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System: “I congratulate Jay Powell on his nomination to serve as the next Federal Reserve chair,” Luetkemeyer said. “I am confident Governor Powell will carve his own path as chairman and shape policies that will benefit our economy. It is my sincere hope he will work with his colleagues to instill a more common-sense approach to supervision that is needed at the agency. I look forward to continuing to work with Governor Powell in his new role and learning more about the direction in which he will steer the Federal Reserve.”     



 
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