This afternoon, Governor Mike Parson will tour one of the southwest Missouri areas that sustained the heaviest damage during Wednesday night’s severe storms. Governor Parson will view damage and meet with residents of the Briarbrook subdivision at 2:15 p.m. The media are invited to attend.
Governor Parson took an aerial tour of Jefferson City after a night of widespread tornadoes and dangerous severe weather.
Last week Kansas Governor Laura Kelly and Missouri Governor Michael Parson sent a joint letter to United States Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue in bipartisan support of locating two USDA agencies in the Kansas City area.
Governor Mike Parson today declared a state of emergency in Missouri in response to continuing severe weather and forecasts for tornadoes, strong straight-line winds, hail, heavy rainfall, and worsening flooding due to prolonged soil inundation throughout the state.
Governor Mike Parson tonight announced that President Donald Trump has approved his request for a major disaster declaration to help local governments and nonprofit agencies in 13 Missouri counties recover from devastating flooding and severe storms that occurred from March 11 to April 16.
Today, the 100th General Assembly concluded, marking the end of a ‘historic’ session for jobs, growth, and life. Upon assuming office nearly one year ago, Governor Parson pledged a “fresh start” for Missourians. By working closely with members of the General Assembly, in a very short time, we’ve seen ‘historic’ progress on major issues facing our state - infrastructure and workforce development.
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Governor Parson appointed Richard Stewart as Circuit Judge for the 21st Judicial Circuit. He will fill the vacancy created by the retirement of the Honorable Maura B. McShane.
Today, Governor Parson released the following statement on the final passage of SB 68, a comprehensive economic development strategy for growth across Missouri.