Governor Parson Makes Appearance At Stacey’s Place in Mexico

Governor Mike Parson made Mexico a stop yesterday (Monday) morning for a farmer to farmer discussion.

Parson made a stop at Stacey’s Place and said his main focuses will be to improve infrastructure and job development in rural areas of Missouri.

Farmers at the meeting shared some of their biggest concerns which included, the drought, health insurance, road safety, and property rights and connecting with consumers.

Parson will be traveling through the northeastern part of the state this week for more discussions with area farmers.

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