Year: 2017

This Week in the Governor’s Office: Week of December 11, 2017

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – It’s been a busy week for Governor Eric Greitens, who started off the week with a major announcement. In one fell swoop, the Governor replaced each of the five members appointed to the Missouri Veterans Commission by his predecessor with five of his own picks, urging the […]

What is the Justice Reinvestment Initiative?

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Earlier in the year, Governor Eric Greitens signed off on an executive order establishing a justice reinvestment task force, laying the ground to bring change to the state’s criminal justice system. Department of Corrections Director Anne Precythe touted the program at the recent Missouri Association of […]

Program that provides ex-offenders with free medication expands to Kansas City

Starting January 1st, all people released to Kansas City from Missouri prisons will receive 90 days of free medication thanks to an innovative collaboration and generous donors. Healthy Transitions, a partnership between Corizon Health, Missouri Department of Corrections, and Rx Outreach, bridges the medication gap that many people face when […]

Auditor Galloway issues highway funds audit report

Missouri State Highway Patrol in compliance with constitutionally mandated use of highway funds JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (December 15, 2017) Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway today released an audit of the use of highway funds by the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a division of the Missouri Department of Public Safety. The […]

Hawley campaign unveils ‘Claire McTaxAll’ website in first attack on Democratic incumbent

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – It seems that the race to be the next U.S. Senator is taking the first steps into developing into a full-fledged fight, as Republican candidate Attorney General Josh Hawley has launched the first round of blows against the Democratic incumbent U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill. Hawley’s campaign […]