Thursday Apr 17
The Wichita Eagle
Healing is the message of interfaith service for shooting rampage victims
Clergy of different faiths, joined by U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, delivered messages of hope and unity Thursday before more than 1,300 people gathered at the Jewish Community Center in Overland Park.
Eshoo Raises Money from Tech Industry Ahead of Pallone Ranking Member Battle
Rep. Anna G. Eshoo's leadership political action committee raised $203,000 - mostly from high tech and telecommunication firms - as she bids to be ranking member of the Energy and Commerce Committee.
Tony's Kansas City
Congressman Cleaver Works To Fund Kansas City Groups Fighting Homelessness
Today I announced a series of extraordinary awards to help individuals and families experiencing homelessness in the entire metropolitan area.
How (not) to argue
I once asked Emanuel Cleaver, the Democratic congressman from Missouri's fifth district, whether he had ever changed the mind of a Republican colleague.
The Kansas City Star
Democrats turn up the pressure for pay equity
Voters in Missouri on Tuesday decided whether to approve water and school bonds, as well as select school board members and a new mayor for Independence.
Should Members of Congress Make More Than Their $174K?
Most Americans would probably look at someone making $174,000 a year and imagine how a more lucrative income could change their own lives.
Dems don't spike ball on ObamaCare
Democrats on Capitol Hill are treading carefully in the wake of this week's surprise enrollment success for President Obama's healthcare reform law.
Palliative Care Bills are the Right Step for Patients, Says American Heart/Stroke Association
The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association announced its support today for legislation aimed at improving palliative care services for patients with serious illness.