Missouri officials are announcing plans to retain and strengthen military bases and federal defense spending in the state.
One Missouri Representative wants to know exactly what was in Governor Jay Nixon’s offer to Boeing. Was anything added to the offer after it was passed by the legislature?
Enacting a constitutional amendment would require voter approval if the measure passes the Legislature
Kinder was traveling Monday to St. Louis for a news conference with lawmakers and a city alderwoman.
A total of 54 sites in 22 states were up for consideration to build the 777x, including the company’s plant in north St. Louis County.
Gov. Jay Nixon picked fourth-generation farmer Richard Fordyce to take over a state agency that has been led by an interim director since October.
Dennis Muilenburg was the president and chief executive of St. Louis-headquarted Boeing Defense, Space & Security.
Gov. Nixon says the $3.5 billion package puts Missouri near the top of the list but VP George Roman wouldn’t say if that is true.
That question is at the center of the Missouri legislature’s decision to offer up to $1.7 billion in state tax dollars to entice Boeing to expand in Missouri.
Some insist Missouri made a positive impression on business leaders merely by trying to get Boeing to locate its 777X plant in the area.