"Thank you to the men and women who have defended our freedom — past and present."
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"It is again a solemn moment, but the cause of freedom remains worth advancing. We, in Missouri, stand united."
"Our message today is clear: Missouri is open for business to those who value democracy, human rights, free enterprise, and self-determination," Rep. Dean Plocher said.
Director Wayne Wallingford hasn’t been afraid to take risks — in part, because of his deep faith, commitment to his home and family, and unparalleled tenaciousness.
Aside from his military service, Bill Irwin also served as a police officer in Lee's Summit for nearly two decades.
"I know I’m inheriting a great team at the Department of Revenue, and together we will continue to work to ensure Missourians get the kind of customer service they deserve."
“They’ve paid a tremendous debt to this country by serving our nation in the armed forces, so we want to make sure we’re taking care of them.”
A Missouri National Guard spokesperson said exemptions could be made based on medical and religious reasons.
"We are concerned that implementation of these federal vaccine mandates will cause Missouri’s long-term care facilities to lose their status as federal contractors with the VA and jeopardize the well-being of our veterans."