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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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Blaine's Bulletin: A Budget that Sets the Stage for Tax Reform
This week, the House of Representatives passed the Fiscal Year 2018 budget which will serve as the foundation for  growing our nation’s economy, reining in the national debt, and setting the stage for tax reform. This critical vote addresses Washington’s fiscal crisis by balancing the budget in 10 years and creates an outline for Congress to enact real tax reform that will bring substantial growth and jobs to America. This budget reconciliation legislation gives reconciliation instructions to 11 House committees to achieve at least $203 billion in mandatory savings and reforms. This is the largest mandatory reform package in 20 years and begins to change the culture of excessive spending in Washington. It also includes significant funding to secure the border, bolster our national defense, and increased accountability at the Department of Veterans Affairs to ensure our veterans receive the care they deserve. The budget that passed was not the only proposed budget debated
Luetkemeyer Supports Budget Resolution that Balances Within 10 Years, Sets the Stage for Tax Reform
Today, U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-03) issued the following statement after supporting the Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Resolution. “Today’s critical vote addresses Washington’s fiscal crisis by balancing the budget in 10 years and setting the stage for Congress to enact tax reform that will bring economic growth and jobs to America,” Luetkemeyer said. “Passing a budget resolution is an important step in advancing the House of Representative’s policy goals and fulfilling its constitutional responsibility.” Highlights of the Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Resolution include: -Using reconciliation, this budget will allow for tax reform -Balances the budget within 10 years -Achieves $6.5 trillion in total deficit reduction over 10 years -Robust funding to support a strong national defense -Reduces government-wide improper payments by $700 billion  
Luetkemeyer Statement on CFPB Short-Term Lending Final Rule
Today, U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-03) issued the following statement after the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) finalized the short-term lending rule. “I have heard firsthand from many individuals in the 3rd District who may be losing access to the credit they need because of the CFPB’s rule on small dollar, short-term loans,” Luetkemeyer said. “Many consumers in Missouri and across the country rely on these loans to cover unforeseen expenses. Whether it be auto repairs so someone can get to work or a short-term loan to make payroll, consumers need greater access to credit, not less. Restricting the availability of short-term credit will not solve the financial problems facing so many American families, but, rather, push them towards riskier or unregulated products. I will work with my colleagues on the House Financial Services Committee to hold the CFPB accountable and reverse this final rule that harms consumers across the country.” 
Luetkemeyer Demands Answers from Former Equifax CEO on Recent Data Security Breach
Today, U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (MO-03) issued the following statement after questiong the former Equifax CEO and Chairman Richard Smith at the House Financial Services Committee. “Today, my House Financial Services Committee colleagues and I had the opportunity to question former Equifax CEO Richard Smith. It has been several weeks since the initial data breach and there are still too many unanswered questions. The handling of this massive breach has been completely unacceptable and has left consumers in a lurch. We all deserve information and my colleagues and I will continue to press for answers on when, how, and why this happened. In the meantime, we have to start looking ahead. An average of 13 million Americans are victims of cyber fraud or identity theft each year. We cannot continue to let data breaches be the norm. I am committed to leading the charge on data security legislation that promotes not only a smarter regulatory regime but also a better notification process



 
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