Missouri Gov. Mike Parson
Missouri's Republican governor said he wants to put some of the state's multi-billion-dollar budget surplus toward expanding highways and broadening access to early childhood programs. He told KCUR that issues like transportation and education shouldn't be hyper-partisan.
Education, infrastructure, and broadband access are just a few priorities Missouri Gov. Mike Parson laid out in his State of the State address in Jefferson City on January 18.
On KCUR's Up To Date, host Steve Kraske and Parson dive into the governor's plans for billions of dollars in state revenue this legislative session.
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