My name is Helena Webb, and I am running for the Missouri House of Representatives in District 100.
Knocking on doors in 2018 gave me an amazing opportunity to hear from voters directly. I learned so much from all of you.
One thing I found out very quickly, is that each of you has unique, heartfelt concerns and priorities.
What connects us is our dedication to our children, our respect for each other, and our commitment to our families and our community as a whole.
As State Representative, I will represent the interests of our entire community and champion legislation that will allow us to tap into the true economic potential of our region and improve the lives of all Missourians.
High-quality, safe schools are key to economic strength. Our state has some of the best schools in the country. We can continue to improve our schools with creative programs that partner with businesses and create apprenticeship pipelines for non-college bound students.
Suburban, urban, and rural areas have unique needs. One-size-fits-all policies are not always good for communities on the ground, and we need greater protection of local control.
It is our responsibility to address the gun violence problem in our state and in our region, while at the same time we continue to respect and protect our 2nd amendment rights.
We need to address and correct statewide policies that discourage top-level talent from accepting jobs at national and global companies based in Missouri, as well as barriers that prevent local businesses from attracting and retaining employees.
There are health care issues we should improve at the state level, such as enacting a state-wide opioid database and capping costs for life-saving prescriptions like epi pens, asthma inhalers, and insulin. Women should have access to safe, legal abortion care, especially in the case of incest and rape.
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