William Lacy Clay

Redistricting Maps Released
6:57 pm
Wed March 30, 2011

First Mo. congressional redistricting maps released

This view shows the St. Louis-area districts in more detail (Digital copies of the maps were not available at press time).
Marshall Griffin, St. Louis Public Radio

A GOP-chaired House committee on redistricting has released the first map showing how Missouri’s congressional districts may soon look.

Missouri is losing a seat in Congress, dropping from nine to eight, based on figures from the 2010 census.

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William Lacy Clay
6:04 pm
Mon March 28, 2011

Lacy Clay opines on government shutdown, Libyan intervention

Rep. William Lacy Clay (D-Mo.)
(Wikimedia Commons/Online Guide to House Members and Senators)

Though he says a government shutdown would be "tragic," Missouri Democrat William Lacy Clay says he doesn't expect Republicans and Democrats to be able to reach an agreement on a budget for this year before a temporary spending plan expires next Friday.

The extension is the sixth since the federal budget expired in September 2010. And Clay says the U.S. House is in "total disarray," with Congressional Republicans choosing to advance policies simply to hurt the Obama administration.

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Missouri Congressional Redistricting
5:35 pm
Fri March 4, 2011

Mo. congressional redistricting may decrease political clout for metro region

A map of Missouri's current nine congressional districts.
(Screenshot via Mo. Sec. of State website)

State politicians were in St. Louis today to solicit public feedback on redrawing Missouri's congressional map from nine districts down to eight.

The outcome may mean a decrease in political clout for the metro region.

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Pearl Harbor Survivor
2:08 pm
Mon February 14, 2011

Pearl Harbor survivor awarded eight medals in St. Louis

A sketched rendering of the face of the Pearl Harbor Commemorative Medal, one of eight medals awarded to a St. Louis veteran today. (via Flickr/expertinfantry)

A 30-year veteran of the United States Postal Service received recognition today for his veteran status of another kind.

91-year-old John T. Moton, Jr. was awarded eight different medals for his service in the United States Navy, KMOV reports.

Congressman Lacy Clay presented the medals in his office this morning and included the following:

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Arizona Shootings
12:37 pm
Wed January 12, 2011

Clay speaks on Arizona shooting, appeals to media

Rep. William Lacy Clay spoke on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives this morning about the tragic shooting in Arizona. (St. Louis Public Radio)
St. Louis Public Radio

St. Louis Rep. William Lacy Clay took the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives this morning to give a speech on the tragic shootings in Tucson, Ariz.

Clay expressed his condolences for the victims and others involved, along with an appeal to the media "To remember that hateful words often lead to hateful deeds."

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