Gov. Eric Greitens quarreled publicly Tuesday with two Republican senators over a proposed legislative pay raise. On Wednesday, in a break from the norm, a Senate committee didn’t immediately take a vote on four of Greitens’ appointments. Instead, Senate President Pro Tem Ron Richard pushed the vote to next week. “You can read anything into it you want,” Richard said later of the move.
Gov. Eric Greitens quarreled publicly Tuesday with two Republican senators over a proposed legislative pay raise. On Wednesday, in a break from the norm, a Senate committee didn’t immediately take a vote on four of Greitens’ appointments. Instead, Senate President Pro Tem Ron Richard pushed the vote to next week. “You can read anything into it you want,” Richard said later of the move. File photo by The Associated Press
Gov. Eric Greitens quarreled publicly Tuesday with two Republican senators over a proposed legislative pay raise. On Wednesday, in a break from the norm, a Senate committee didn’t immediately take a vote on four of Greitens’ appointments. Instead, Senate President Pro Tem Ron Richard pushed the vote to next week. “You can read anything into it you want,” Richard said later of the move. File photo by The Associated Press

Missouri Senate committee may be sending a message by delaying vote on Greitens’ picks

February 02, 2017 09:46 AM

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