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The U.S. Representative for Missouri's 4th congressional district, serving since 2011.
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ENG: Vicky Jo Hartzler (born Vicky Jo Zellmer on October 13, 1960) is the U.S. Representative for Missouri's 4th congressional district. She is a member of the Republican Party. She represented District 124 in the Missouri House from 1995 to 2000. Early life Hartzler was raised on a farm near Archie, a rural community south of Kansas City. She currently lives near Harrisonville. She attended the University of Missouri where she graduated summa cum laude with a B.S. in Education, and attended Central Missouri State University where she graduated with a M.S. in Education. Missouri legislature Before running for State Representative in 1994, Hartzler taught family and consumer sciences for 11 years in Missouri high schools. Her accomplishments included leadership on legislation ...
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Hartzler: It's time to pass the balanced budget amendment


Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler is leading efforts in the U.S. House to pass a Balanced Budget Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. As part of the August debt limit agreement, the House and Senate will have to vote between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31 on a balanced budget amendment. Hartzler, a co-sponsor of the amendment, is urging Representatives and Senators to approve what is truly the only effective way to get a grip on out-of-control Washington spending — and to pass the balanced budget amendment. “It is time for Washington to live within its means as American families must do,” ...


Hartzler says defense cuts are too drastic


The Super Committee charged with coming up with a trillion dollars in budget recommendationshas failed, and Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler says now defense spending is on the line. She says President Obama has defended those cuts as necessary for balancing the budget, and that’s not the case. She calls him irresponsible as Commander in Cheif to let the funding take a hit. She says the percentage of the budget allocated to defense spending is already the lowest its been in years, and more cuts would cripple national security. But not everyone in Congress agrees. She says she’ll be ...


Hartzler's Gay Marriage Stance Questioned By Student


A Republican congresswoman was put on the defensive this week by a gay student who questioned her controversial views on marriage equality. While speaking to a conservative group in Washington, D.C., at the beginning of June, Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo.) likened allowing gay marriage to legalizing polygamy, incest and letting a 3-year-old get a driver's license. "The government has to set some parameters,” Hartzler said. At a public forum in Missouri on Wednesday, a Missouri med student asked Hartzler to explain her views. "We’re not the ones changing the policy, OK, so you ...


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Hartzler Statement on Conscience Protections
WASHINGTON – Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler (R-MO) issued the following statement supporting the Trump Administration’s agency actions on conscience protections and religious freedom. “This executive action ensures that religious freedom protections remain the bedrock of American society. Today’s Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) interim final rules relieve undo pressure from the previous administration, allowing educational institutions, non-profits like the Little Sisters of the Poor, and small businesses to provide health care policies consistent with their conscience, moral convictions, and mission. For the last several years, the right to live in accordance with one’s faith was a liability, as evidenced by the government’s coercive policies and ruinous fines for non-compliance. I also applaud Attorney General Sessions for outlining key religious freedom principles applicable to the Department of Justice, and all federal agencies, recognizing that expression
Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act Passes House
After the House passed the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (HR 36), which bans abortions after 20 weeks, Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler (R-MO) released the following statement: “Twenty weeks is a milestone for babies. Babies at this age, in utero, are hyper-responsive to pain. This means that they feel pain more acutely than a one-year old child, or you or I do as adults. This is not lost on surgeons who operate on young patients in the womb. In fact, best medical practice routinely administers pain medication for unborn children undergoing surgical procedures. Our bill stops these unborn children from having to endure this inhumane, painful procedure. We also know that pre-term babies born at 20 weeks have a chance of survival outside the womb. These children are the future doctors and nurses, the future scientists who will develop cures and the teachers who will train generations to come after them. These unborn children will grow up to serve honorably in our military and
Senate Passes Hartzler's Bill to Reform FEMA and Give Disaster Victims the Help They Need
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Senate passed the FEMA Relief Improvement Act (H.R. 1117), sponsored by Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-MO.), to increase the reliability of FEMA’s services during disasters. Hartzler’s bill ensures disaster victims receive better guidance, more accurate information and greater certainty from FEMA during emergencies. The legislation now heads to the president’s desk. “A family who has experienced the devastation of a flood or a tornado needs peace of mind — not bureaucratic roadblocks and red tape,” said Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler, who saw the issue firsthand when she toured Pulaski County and spoke with victims of flooding that devastated the area. “This bill requires FEMA to focus efforts on its core mission: helping people recover from disasters.” “In light of recent hurricanes, ensuring the effectiveness of the Federal Emergency Management Agency has become more important than ever,” Hartzler added. In the past, there have been repeated incid
Hartzler, Noem, Bordallo Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Help Victims of Sex Trafficking Restart Their Lives
WASHINGTON – Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-MO), Rep. Kristi Noem (R-SD) , and Rep. Madeleine Z. Bordallo (D-Guam) introduced bipartisan legislation Wednesday to expand the eligible grant funding for victims of sex trafficking so they can have a safe place to heal, recover and restart their lives. The Housing for Survivors of Sex Trafficking Act (HR 3942) expands the Transitional Housing Assistance Grant to include sex trafficking so that women who have been brutalized by this terrible industry can get the help they need. “The Housing for Survivors of Sex Trafficking Act provides housing for sex trafficking victims at a crucial time when they are trying to reclaim their hopes, dreams and futures,” Hartzler said. “When I heard the stories of these sex trafficking victims, and saw that they are all over our country and even here in Missouri, I knew that we must do something to help. I’m proud to introduce this bill so that these women can get the support they need and know that the Am



 
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