March 14, 2023

Floor remarks before incentives vote

If a few of my colleagues are against government “picking winners and losers”, and therefore want to vote against the largest economic announcement EVER in our state, that’s their prerogative. […]


February 23, 2023

2023-2024 Higher Ed Budget Recap

In-state college students also are in line to not face an increase in their tuition rates for the fifth year in a row. House budget writers proposed $69 million for […]


October 31, 2022

McMaster-Evette come to Chapin

Yesterday afternoon,the Republican ticket for Governor and Lt Governor visited Chapin to kickoff what will be a week long bus tour around the state before Election Day, Tuesday, November 8th. […]