“I was proud to vote to approve Keystone, which passed the Senate with a bipartisan 62-36 vote,” McCaskill said.
The scheme, perpetrated by a retired Army sergeant and his wife, used a website to gather names of individuals interested in joining the Army. The couple then submitted those names to the Army, earning them a cash bonus for each recruit they “referred.”
Missouri Republican calls Keystone an opportunity to drive the economy and decrease reliance on foreign energy.
Attorney general Chris Koster calls U.S. Senator “heart & soul” of Missouri Democrats
U.S. Senator chooses to remain in Washington, instead
Missouri Democrat says Senate Republicans already looking her way
“The status quo is not acceptable.” – Senator Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.)
Rev. Traci Blackmon’s message followed a “sit in” outside the justice center in Clayton
McCaskill says he will become more involved when it’s appropriate.
Politicians from both sides of aisle cite pipeline project’s jobs and a boost to energy security.