The governor’s deputy chief of staff, Caleb Jones, recently resigned to take a job with the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives. He’s prohibited from lobbying Greitens’ office, but a key issue will provide a test of that requirement.
The governor’s deputy chief of staff, Caleb Jones, recently resigned to take a job with the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives. He’s prohibited from lobbying Greitens’ office, but a key issue will provide a test of that requirement. Jeff Roberson AP
The governor’s deputy chief of staff, Caleb Jones, recently resigned to take a job with the Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives. He’s prohibited from lobbying Greitens’ office, but a key issue will provide a test of that requirement. Jeff Roberson AP

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