Willie Dove, Kansas State Representative, District 38, Republican

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I am honored to be your State Representative for District 38. Since living in this area, I have fought for conservative principles through activity in local elections and in one on one representation with Youth Friends within the community.

As a believer of our youth, we have to stand up for what we believe in and not compromise on moral principles. We must protect our older population because they have laid the ground work through hard work. I can be a positive voice of encouragement. At present Kansas income taxes are among the highest in the country and we can and will do better in the future.
Since living in Kansas I have been a small businessman. I have seen several small businesses dissolved because of regulations and higher taxes. We must cut regulations that continue to discourage growth and help to populate other favorable states. We must prioritize and put the welfare of our community and Kansas first. We chose this community and we will continue to serve it.
- Willie Dove
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    Conservative Values    

    • Pro-Family, Low Taxes, Smaller Government, Responsible Spending  


    Small Business Man    

    • Not a career politician, competes in the private sector every day



    • Life begins at conception


    Pro-Second Amendment    

    • Defend law abiding citizens' constitutional rights


    Property Tax Lid    

    • Put taxpayers in control of property tax decisions


    Education Reform    

    • Support teachers and classrooms 


    Grandparent's Rights    

    • Strengthens families in foster care cases


    Loren's Law    

    • Protects children from bullying by teachers and students 


    Welfare to Work    

    • HOPE Act strengthens welfare to work regulations 


    Mutual Aid    

    • Protects law enforcement from liability when responding to out-of-state threats
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    New Laws That May Interest You

    Many new laws take affect on July 1st.   Here are some from the 2016 Legislative Session that may interest you: 

    Health Care Access

    *    Kansas joined a physician licensure compact that will increase healthcare options in rural areas, and allow doctors from out of state to start practicing in Kansas with less red tape. It expands tele-medicine options for rural areas.

    *    Doctors and dentists will have the option to earn continuing education credits by delivering charity health care to low-income patients. 

    *   In January, midwives will be able to deliver new babies without the supervision of a physician, which greatly expands their practice options and ability to serve women in rural areas.

    Public Safety 

    *    Minors who send nude photos of themselves to other minors are now treated differently in the criminal code than pedophiles, a much needed modernization of criminal law.

    *    It is now a crime to use a drone as a stalking or harassment device.

    *    There will be 75 new troopers joining the Kansas Highway Patrol.


     *     Kansans can now choose to donate a portion of their income tax refund to their local school district.

     *    Beginning in January, teachers, staff, and administrators in school districts will be required to undergo a two-hour suicide prevention training.

     *    Parents and students now have access to a degree prospectus program that gives an overview of what to expect from their educational investment.

     *    After the legislature worked in special session to prevent the Supreme Court from closing schools, education funding has again set an all new record high, breaking the previous record from last year.

    Property Taxes 

     *     Beginning in January, voters will have a direct voice in proposed property tax increases over the rate of inflation. 


     *     Legislative committee hearings will be streamed online beginning in January.

     *   The names of lawyers who vote on members of the Supreme Court Nominating Commission will now be open to the public.

     *     The names of applicants who apply for district court and court of appeals positions will now be available under the Kansas Open Records Act.

     *     Official government business conducted in private email is now available under the Kansas Open Records Act.

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    Town Hall Meeting with Willie Dove

    Town Hall Meeting with Willie Dove
    Saturday, April 23 @ 9:00 am

    Basehor VFW • 2806 N 155th St.
    You're invited to a town hall meeting with Representative Willie Dove at the Basehor VFW. The VFW will serve a light breakfast at 8:00 am and the town hall meeting will start at 9:00. Representative Willie Dove can also be reached by phone (785-296-7670) or email Willie.Dove@house.ks.gov.
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