WASHINGTON, District of Columbia- On Saturday, Missouri Governor Eric Greitens says he met with Vice President Mike Pence. He said they discussed employment in Missouri and the repeal of Obamacare.
“Today, I met with my friend, Vice President Mike Pence, to talk about the challenges facing Missouri and what we can do, together, to help people. The Trump-Pence administration understands that our state needs quality jobs again, and they are ready to partner in our success. They also understand the damage that Obamacare is doing to our families and our state’s budget, and they promised that relief is on its way. I know that with a strong partnership between the White House and the Governor’s office, we can take our state in a new direction with more jobs, higher pay, safer streets, and better schools for all Missourians.”
Greitens also said he welcomed an new Israeli tech firm to Missouri yesterday.