Five infrastructure improvement projects that increase safety, minimize congestion, support efficient freight movement, and promote economic development in Missouri are now possible as a result of more than $90 million in federal grants awarded by the U.S. Department of Transportation.
On Monday, Knob Noster Public Schools was awarded an education activity grant from the Department of Defense totaling $2.25 Million.
On Friday, Governor Mike Parson met with members of the Department of Social Services, the Office of the Attorney General, the Department of Health and Senior Services, the Department of Mental Health, Missouri Health Care Association leaders, and partners from the Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General to prepare to coordinate a Medicaid Fraud and Abuse Task Force.
Governor Parson hosted a roundtable discussion to share information on the expansion of telehealth practices in behavioral health.
Governor Mike Parson attended a roundtable discussion in the City of St. Louis to discuss the opioid crisis.
Governor Mike Parson hosted a Rural Healthcare Summit in Bolivar, Missouri, bringing together stakeholder and industry leaders to identify working solutions to address the challenges and unmet healthcare needs in rural Missouri.
Governor Parson issued a statement regarding the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement.
Governor Parson Signs Executive Order 18-11 declaring state offices closed on December 24, 2018
Governor Parson signed a proclamation declaring December 3-9 as Computer Science Education Week.
Today, Missouri Governor Mike Parson requested a state audit of the Missouri Department of Public Safety (DPS) Director’s Office.