Greitens Focuses on Job Growth During State of the State``The people have sent us a message: We must do everything in our power to put people back to work in good, high-paying jobs,'' Greitens says.
Greitens to Focus on Job Growth During State of the StateGreitens after just a week in office took action Monday to cut spending he said was necessary to balance the budget. He announced about $146 million in spending cuts.
Missouri Has Budget Shortfall; Lawmaker Calls for More CutsLegislative work to craft a budget for next fiscal year, which begins July 1, will be put on hold as Greitens, who hadn't held public office before Monday, drafts his first budget plan.
Regulation Proposal for Ride-Hailing Services Move ForwardA state House committee on Tuesday, voted 12-1 to move forward a proposal to create statewide regulations for app-based companies such as Uber and its competitor - Lyft.
Former Navy SEAL Greitens to be Sworn in as Governor MondayThe inaugural celebrations for Greitens will end with a ball and performance from a surprise musician.
Uber to Give Free Rides for Missouri InaugurationFree rides through the app-based service are available from 7 a.m. Monday until 2 a.m. Tuesday.
Missouri Capitol to Begin Metal Detector Scans for VisitorsAn advisory Wednesday from the Capitol Police says the metal detectors will become operational next Tuesday the day after Greitens takes office.
UPDATE: Missouri GOP Starts 2017 Legislative Session With New AllyRepublicans still hold a commanding majority in both the House & Senate, but now there is no Democratic Governor to keep a balance.
Lawsuit Alleges Missouri's Parole Process For Young Offenders is IllegalA lawsuit states Missouri's prison system is not giving young offenders special consideration during parole hearings.
Missouri Legislative Session Begins WednesdayRight to work and ethics bills could get top-billing
Big Increase in Visitors at Old Missouri State PenitentiaryOne of mid-Missouri's fastest growing tourist attractions is a place where nobody wanted to be prior to its closing in 2004 the Missouri State Penitentiary.
Gov. Nixon Sometimes Commuting to Work from St. LouisIt could carry a cost for taxpayers.

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