The public health official has been the focus of criticism for many skeptics of the current plague.
However, there's no denying that his tenure will resonate across the metro long after his upcoming retirement.
Accordingly, the newspaper shares a conversation with the top doc that very few people would willingly endure . . .
"Archer reflects on his time in public health in Kansas City, the investments that the public makes in its health, and the changes still needed to make sure everyone can live full productive lives."
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Dr. Rex Arthur, the outgoing director of Kansas City's health department, joins hosts John Holt and Dave Helling on this week's "4Star Politics." Archer is leaving after the biggest crisis in public health in decades - COVID-19.