Missouri Governor Eric Greitens originally cancelled his "tax-cut tour" that was planned January 19th both in Macon, Missouri and Palmyra, Missouri after a political storm exploded. From adultery, to blackmail claims, calls for his resignation by state officials, and now, CNN reporting of an FBI Inquiry, Mr. Greitens has remained in his residence where he has been under damage control as well as, mollifying state officials, donors, and most importantly, the people of Missouri. With a recent interview with Fox2Now, ridding 86 government vehicles (saving 2.2 million dollars), working out with the Kansas City Police Officers, and rolling out tax reform, in every effort possible, the Governor is looking to move forward past this turbulent time in his administration. With a brief look into his tax cut plan, K-12 Education is looking to get an increase of roughly 87 million dollars while secondary education is looking to get a 70 million dollar slash from government funds. According to The Kansas City Star, Greitens has also proposed a 40 million dollar cut in the state's social services budget through "Medicaid cost containment initiatives."

The Governor's Office has announced the upcoming events in which the Governor is supposed to talk about his Tax Cuts:

January 29th at 10 a.m. - Visits Macon, Missouri at Economy Products

January 29th at 1:30 p.m. - Visits Palmyra, Missouri at Doyle Manufacturing

January 29th at 4:00 p.m. - Visits Jackson, Missouri at Signature Packaging and Paper

January 30th at 10:00 a.m. - Visits Springfield, Missouri at Arrowhead Building Supply

January 30th at 2:00 p.m. - Visits Joplin, Missouri at Lozier Corporation

January 30th at 4:30 p.m. - Visits Kansas City, Missouri at US Farathane

We will be publishing a thorough report of his tax cuts in the upcoming few weeks! Please visit EventBrite to RSVP for any of the upcoming events listed above!

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