JEFFERSON CITY, MO (KFVS) - Missouri Governor Mike Parson made his first address to lawmakers at the capitol on Monday, June 11.
His address is just a week after he was sworn in.
The governor will also start his tour on Tuesday, where he will visit community leaders across Missouri. He will be in Gordonville on Wednesday at the David M. Barton Agricultural Research Center and at Three Rivers College in Sikeston.
Officials say he hopes to talk to leaders about infrastructure, workforce and economic development.
Read the full text of Gov. Parson's speech:
Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley issued the following statement following Gov. Parson's address to the General Assembly:
Speaker of the House Todd Richardson (R-Poplar Bluff) issued the following statement in response to Gov. Parson's address to a joint session of the General Assembly:
Sen. Claire McCaskill and Sen. Roy Blunt met with the governor earlier on Monday in Jefferson City, Mo.
McCaskill released the following statement following the meeting: