The Missouri governor’s continuing calls to bring lawmakers back to Jefferson City for special sessions are changing the nature of what’s been a part-time job. Eric Greitens doesn’t seem to realize that no one in Missouri but the governor is interested in a full-time legislature.
The Missouri governor’s continuing calls to bring lawmakers back to Jefferson City for special sessions are changing the nature of what’s been a part-time job. Eric Greitens doesn’t seem to realize that no one in Missouri but the governor is interested in a full-time legislature. File photo The Star
The Missouri governor’s continuing calls to bring lawmakers back to Jefferson City for special sessions are changing the nature of what’s been a part-time job. Eric Greitens doesn’t seem to realize that no one in Missouri but the governor is interested in a full-time legislature. File photo The Star

Editorial: Gov. Eric Greitens seems to want a full-time General Assembly — even if Missouri doesn’t

June 25, 2017 3:30 PM

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