Governor Mike Parson gave his annual State of the State address on Wednesday. Much of the speech was focused on Parson reflecting on his time in office as he has reached his term limit. Parson frequently described policy from his administration, from a state abortion ban to construction of the I-70 bridge.
As a way to sum up his time in office, Parson shared a story where his older brother told him to
return the same way he left, with his head held high.
Parson also highlighted policy for the current session in his speech. Covering topics such as education reforms, conservative budgeting and infrastructure policy including everything from roads to broadband. Parson closed his address by expressing his appreciation to Missourians and saying that it was the honor of his life to serve as governor.
Courtesy Missouri News Network