State lawmakers are grappling with how to cover a shortfall in state revenues for the first quarter of fiscal year 2019 while attempting to increase infrastructure funding following the defeat of Proposition D by Missouri voters in November 2018.
Rep. Peggy McGaugh told KMZU’s Brian Lock she won’t let felony charges against Gov. Eric Greitens stop her or her party from governing as they weigh a budget for the next fiscal year and a possible tax cut for Missourians.
Rep. Rusty Black (R-Mo. 7) says Governor Greitens (R-Mo.) should not resign – at least, not yet – but the governor isn’t his main focus. His focus, he says, is on the people of Missouri’s 7th House District and how to make life better for them.