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The U.S. Representative for Missouri's 1st congressional district, serving since 2001.
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ENG: William Lacy Clay, Jr., usually known as Lacy Clay (born July 27, 1956) is the U.S. Representative for Missouri's 1st congressional district, serving since 2001. He is a member of the Democratic Party. The district includes the northern two-thirds of the city of St. Louis as well as most of northern St. Louis County (North County), taking in cities such as Maryland Heights, University City, and Florissant. St. Louis lost considerable population in the 2010 Census which contributed to Missouri losing a Congressional seat effective 2013. Initial redistricting indicates that the other St. Louis district -- the 3rd district -- would be absorbed into the 1st district placing Clay and Russ Carnahan in the same district. Early life, education and career Clay, Jr. was born in St. ...
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Rep. Clay gets behind Express Scripts, Medco merger

U.S. Rep. William Lacy Clay of St. Louis is one of seven legislators with the Congressional Black Caucus who sent a letter to antitrust regulators supporting the $29 billion merger of Express Scripts Inc. and Medco Health Solutions Inc. St. Louis-based Express Scripts' acquisition is the subject of a hearing today before the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee, which will hear from the two companies as well as people opposed to the merger. In September, a similar hearing was held in the House. The merger is under review by the Federal Trade Commission. ... by Joe Dwyer Source: ...

Lacy Clay On The Debt Limit And Debt Reduction Agreement

Noone likeseverything inthis bill, but the country neededto raise the debt limit…that’s why I votedforit. It avoids default, maintains the AAA credit rating, andmakesresponsible spendingcuts to both domestic programs and the defense department. The dealalso createsa firewall that protects Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security benefits, which is absolutely necessary. I would have much preferreda larger package of spending cuts, new revenues and real tax fairness. The process of getting to this point with the legislation was messy, but I think it was necessary as a first-step. ...

America's Agenda Is Jobs

I am so pleased to be part of HuffPost Black Voices inaugural edition. Over the last decade, digital media has transformed how we connect about policy, politics, culture and what our national priorities should be. This new blog space offers African-Americans a powerful tool to connect with each other and the broader audience around the world who cares about what really matters to our community. If my 28 years in public service have taught me anything, it's that our issues are never just about us, they're really about everyone. We are part of a broader, much more complex American story. When ...

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