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Rick Brattin is a former Republican state representative from Missouri. He was born on July 22, 1980 in Harrisonville, MO. He attended the University of Missouri-Columbia, where he earned a degree in political science. Brattin was first elected to the Missouri House of Representatives in 2010 and served until 2018. During his time in office, he was a vocal advocate for conservative causes, including gun rights, religious freedom, and opposition to abortion. He also served on the House Budget Committee and the House Rules Committee. In 2018, Brattin ran for the U.S. House of Representatives in Missouri's 4th congressional district, but lost in the Republican primary. As of 2021, Rick Brattin's net worth is estimated to be around $1 million. He has earned his wealth through his career in politics and other business ventures.
|Richard Ray Brattin Jr.
|43 years old
|22 July, 1980
|Greenwood, Missouri, U.S.
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In January 2017, Brattin proposed a bill to end tenure in public universities in Missouri. The bill would also "require public colleges to publish estimated costs of degrees, employment opportunities expected for graduates, average salaries of previous graduates, and a summary of the job market, among other things."
In 2017, Brattin made a statement on the Missouri House floor that "When you look at the tenets of religion, of the Bible, of the Qur’an, of other religions, there is a distinction between homosexuality and just being a human being." The Kansas City Star called his position intolerant and said in an editorial, "The statement, made on the Missouri House floor, was deplorable. It betrayed a stunning lack of understanding of theology and self-government: The Constitution protects all Americans from the tyranny of any single faith-based approach to secular law."
In February 2015, Brattin introduced Missouri House Bill 813, reading "A recipient of supplemental nutrition assistance program benefits shall not use such benefits to purchase cookies, chips, energy drinks, soft drinks, seafood, or steak."
In 2015, in response to a protest by the University of Missouri football team related to campus discrimination, Brattin proposed a bill that would strip a college athlete of their scholarship if the athlete "calls, incites, supports or participates in any strike or concerted refusal to play a scheduled game."
In December 2014, Brattin proposed legislation that would require women seeking abortions in Missouri to obtain written consent from the father of the fetus, except in cases of "legitimate rape." Brattin cited his own recent vasectomy as his inspiration for the legislation.
In 2013, Brattin sponsored legislation that would afford equal treatment in textbooks for intelligent design and evolution.
After the September 11 attacks, he joined the United States Marine Corps. He rose through the ranks and became a sergeant after six years. He was elected to the Missouri House of Representatives in 2010.
Richard Ray "Rick" Brattin Jr. (born July 22, 1980) is a Republican former state representative from the U.S. state of Missouri having served three terms in the Missouri House of Representatives. He represented Missouri's 55th Legislative District, which encompasses several suburbs of Kansas City in Cass County, including Raymore, Peculiar, and Lake Winnebago. He is currently Vice Chairman of the Corrections and Consumer Affairs committees.
Brattin was born on July 22, 1980. He was raised in Greenwood, Missouri, and is a graduate of Lee's Summit High School.