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Yesterday, Governor Parson received a letter of resignation from Dr. Steve Corsi, Director of Social Services (DSS), stating his last day with the department will be June 3, 2019, which will help to ensure enough time for a smooth transition of leadership within the department. 

Today, Governor Mike Parson signed HB 14 to ensure that the state has the necessary funds to operate through Fiscal Year 2019. The supplemental appropriations bill allows for the continued current operations of Missouri state government

On behalf of Missouri citizens, Governor Mike Parson today submitted written testimony to the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works.

Today, Governor Mike Parson visited the Advanced Manufacturing Job Fair at Ozarks Technical Community College in Springfield to announce the creation of 500 new training opportunities with the Certified Production Technician (CPT) certificate.

Today, Governor Mike Parson issued the following statement regarding the Missouri Supreme Court's decision to affirm the trial court's ruling that the Governor has the constitutional authority to appoint the Lieutenant Governor in the event of a vacancy:

Today, the Missouri Senate, in a 26-7 vote, passed one of Governor Parson’s top legislative priorities. In the State of the State, Governor Parson presented a bold infrastructure plan which takes a serious step forward in addressing Missouri’s critical infrastructure needs across the State.

Governor Mike Parson announces six appointments to various boards and commissions and a county office vacancy.

Governor Parson appointed Calea Stovall-Reid as Circuit Judge of the 22nd Judicial Circuit. She will fill the vacancy created by the appointment of the Honorable Robin Ransom to the Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District.

Governor Mike Parson makes a statement on Missouri Senate Action on Infrastructure.

Governor Mike Parson today requested the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) participate in joint Preliminary Damage Assessment in seven Missouri counties in response to devastating Missouri River flooding that began in March. The joint teams will survey damage in preparation for a request from the Governor for federal disaster assistance.