On-and-off dysfunction mired the 2017 legislative session in gridlock. Much of the tension was between Gov. Eric Greitens and a bipartisan group of senators with whom he regularly quarreled.
On-and-off dysfunction mired the 2017 legislative session in gridlock. Much of the tension was between Gov. Eric Greitens and a bipartisan group of senators with whom he regularly quarreled. File AP
On-and-off dysfunction mired the 2017 legislative session in gridlock. Much of the tension was between Gov. Eric Greitens and a bipartisan group of senators with whom he regularly quarreled. File AP

Greitens, GOP lawmakers have big plans for 2018 — if they can overcome dysfunction

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