An obvious issue with the local newscast and articles read in the paper, is the need for greater safety and health throughout our communities. Kansas City, Missouri is taking the lead in the necessary collaboration for change and has developed new legislation to support the bi-partisan cooperation to create more green jobs. For over a year, Senator Claire McCaskill has been on the forefront of this movement. What does this mean for Missouri?
Missouri will be expanding their job market with programs that are being developed from the Clean Energy Legislation that was initially passed for the state in 2010. Senator McCaskill did not hesitate to listen to the field representatives advocating for Clean Energy. Her office was flooded with thousands of calls from local citizens and residents to support this legislation. Envisioning the larger picture, she continues to collaborate with labor unions and the U.S. organizations involved in promoting this initiative. McCaskill rises to the challenge of holding agencies accountable and making the commitment to a more efficient process. This ultimately gets Americans back to work. The following video highlights her commitment: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9O5G-h7su8
This positive correlation to reducing crime and boosting the economy will undoubtedly impact everyone and society as a whole. Holistic environmental changes promote safety, cleaner air, reduced spending and develop the jobs needed to energize individuals and families. Taking a closer look, an invitation was accepted to attend the Senator’s Roundtable Discussion Group following President Obama’s visit in Warrensburg. Clearly the main concern is the economy and it’s relationship to healthcare changes. Meeting notes detail how Missouri contributes 1% to Foreign Aid, in spite of the popular belief that too many budget dollars are spent on this issue. This category assists in combating malaria overseas to promote global health. The Senator’s office happily reports that no budget cutbacks were given to U.S. Veterans and this is positively noted. Missouri’s Administration is addressing unreasonable rate increases, while directing citizens with concerns to the State Commissioner’s office. Efforts persist in expanding the population who qualifies for Medicaid to decrease overhead expenses, while addressing the gap of who is unable to afford private insurance. More reasonable rates, with state-negotiated contracts and investigations, are underway.
Holistic leadership and collaboration is continually necessary for more solidarity toward health. This assists the labor unions, promoting the job development, to ensure energy conservation and economic health. We are proud to see Senator Claire McCaskill leading this movement.
Without a system to support environmental health, holistic health suffers tremendously. Communities with a greater sense of environmental health are reporting cleaner communities, less violence, more outdoor exercising and healthy policing that allows them to live comfortably. Thank you for your patience. Use caution today and be rewarded with a healthier tomorrow!
~Krista (Your Natural Health Partner)