Congressman Emanuel Cleaver, II speaks to his goals after the election on November 3rd.Read the rest of this entry »
The Alliance for Retired Americans issued its endorsement of Congressman Emanuel Cleaver, II, citing his “strong commitment to ensuring that all Americans have the secure retirement they have earned.”Read the rest of this entry »
Kansas City Star: Negro Leagues Baseball Museum deftly dusts itself off from pandemic knockdown pitch
For all the plans punctured in what was to be a year-long national celebration of the founding of the Negro Leagues in Kansas City 100 years ago, infinite optimist Bob Kendrick still dared to imagine one majestic development could transcend it all. …Read the rest of this entry »
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a hero. A trailblazer. A fervent and devoted champion of justice, equality, and the rule of law. We lost a tiny giant when she passed away last Friday — and her loss and her legacy will be felt for generations to come.Read the rest of this entry »
Kansas City Star: Kansas City gets millions for another streetcar extension, this time heading north
Kansas City was awarded $14.2 million in federal funds to extend its streetcar line north from the River Market, the U.S. Department of Transportation told congressional offices Thursday.Read the rest of this entry »
Congressman Cleaver remarks to the Lincoln County Pie Auction.Read the rest of this entry »
|BPC Action, along with the “Fix Congress” coalition ran an ad in The Independence Examiner thanking Congressman Cleaver for his efforts to improve Congress on the Modernization Committee and encouraging continued great work.|
Extreme partisanship is tearing our country apart, and today I decided that we’ve all had more than enough.
This afternoon, I was presiding over the House floor debate on a resolution to condemn the President’s comments over the weekend. When Republicans moved to strike Speaker Pelosi’s statement that our President’s tweets were racist from the record, it was painfully obvious that they were more concerned with escalating than actually doing any real work for the American people.Read the rest of this entry »
Like many Americans, I am taking some time today to reflect on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Dr. King’s life was dedicated to opening American eyes to the horrors of racism and bigotry, while tirelessly working toward his dream of equality and civil rights for all.Read the rest of this entry »
This Veterans Day, we honor and recognize the sacrifices of Missouri’s returned soldiers.
Our district is home to nearly 50,000 veterans. It is our privilege to call these brave men and women our neighbors, and to support them as they live and thrive in civilian life.
Missouri is already making strides to improve the lives of our returned soldiers, but our work is far from over.
Our veterans deserve the best healthcare, education, and housing — and in Congress, I pledge to do my part to make that happen.
To all Missouri veterans and their families, thank you for your service.