Month: April 2018

Here’s the Latest from the Campaign

God bless Dr. Martin Luther King and his fight for equality and freedom for all. He knew no giant big enough to stop. He is the embodiment of courage, integrity and love. ...

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Gotta love the Lou...... ...

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We had a long but great and informative hearing yesterday on my and Rep Ian Mackey’s Seclusion Restraint Bill. Thank you to all the incredible parents, advocates and civil rights organizations that have worked so hard for these kids in bringing this issue to light. I asked Dr. Art McCoy, Superintendent of Jennings Schools to testify and offer his innovative alternative solutions that not only work but empower the kids! We have great momentum....stay tuned! ...

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Have to brag on these little girls. Fun weekend watching them compete! A high coup for my kiddo, she hurt her ankle right before the performance yesterday but went on anyway without saying a word. She sucked up the pain for the team until it was over. They won first place today overall! We had a great discussion about mind over matter and more. Cheerleaders are tough! Way to go girls! ...

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It was a short but busy week in Jefferson City. We gaveled in, the Bill of Rights were read and off to work. Earlier today I found out my bill to clamp down on the Seclusion and Restraint practice in public schools that Rep Ian Mackey and I are sponsoring together has been referred to committee and will be heard on Tuesday, Jan 14th @ 8am. Thank you to the many Moms, Dads, advocates, Civil Rights organizations and disability rights groups that stood up, shook the earth and made people listen. We hear you and Tuesday we begin to do something about it. #NotOnMyWatch
(Press Conference on the Bill will be held Monday, Jan 13th @ 2pm in the House Lounge in the Capitol)
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Dottie for Missouri
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