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In Governor Parson's 2019 State of the State, he spoke about the importance of tort reform, and today, he signed four pieces of tort reform legislation into law.

Today, Governor Mike Parson signed SCR 4, a resolution designating the Kansas City Chiefs as the official NFL team of Missouri.

President Donald Trump today approved Missouri’s request for a major disaster declaration to assist residents and businesses in 20 counties in the state affected by flooding, tornadoes, and severe storms that began April 29 and continue to impact the state.

Today, Governor Mike Parson signed 11 pieces of legislation into law, including two major criminal justice reform bills.

Today, Governor Parson announced six appointments to various boards, commissions, and county office vacancies.

While Governor Parson was traveling outside the country, the powers of Governor were devolved upon Lieutenant Governor Kehoe. Governor Parson was effectively absent from the state from June 23, 2019, through July 2, 2019. During this timeframe, Lieutenant Governor Kehoe was given consent to move on certain action items.

Today, Governor Mike Parson announced that he plans to sign an executive order declaring state offices closed on Friday, July 5, 2019.

Today, acting on behalf of Governor Mike Parson, Lt. Governor Mike Kehoe ordered the U.S. and Missouri flags be flown at half-staff at government buildings across the state on Monday, July 1, to honor North County Police Cooperative Officer Michael Langsdorf.

Governor Mike Parson has concluded his first European Trade Mission. Aligning with the administration’s focus on workforce and economic development, the overall goal of the mission was to thank our current investors, engage with international leaders, and encourage new investment in the state.

Today, acting on behalf of Governor Mike Parson, Lt. Governor Mike Kehoe requested that President Donald Trump issue a major disaster declaration to assist residents and businesses in 41 Missouri counties that have been hard hit by flooding, tornadoes, and severe storms beginning on April 29 and continuing throughout the spring.