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  • Gov. Greitens tackles rock climbing in KC

    Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens was in Kansas City on Wednesday to announce that he would be "pursuing legislation to eliminate all start-up business fees for veterans in the state of Missouri."

Gov. Greitens tackles rock climbing in KC

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens was in Kansas City on Wednesday to announce that he would be "pursuing legislation to eliminate all start-up business fees for veterans in the state of Missouri."
Rich Sugg and Bryan Lowry The Kansas City Star