The Missouri politico is still taking heat for downplaying a COVID mask study and other assorted offenses that only occupy the mind of 12 people on the DNC payroll in Jeff City.
Meanwhile, despite some TKC skeptics who mistakenly thought robots would be flipping burgers a lot sooner in the Midwest timeline . . .
Putting more money in the pocket of working people is ALWAYS a good idea.
Even better, this power move is an important rhetorical blame shift amid higher inflation that has accompanied the reign of Prez Biden.
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"With many positions across state government facing turnover rates anywhere from 10-100 percent and vacancy rates from 30-100 percent, it is past time for us to make these investments in our state workforce, which remains one of the lowest paid the nation," Parson said in a statement. "Our direct care and front line staff often make less than entry-level retail positions. These public servants have tough jobs and rarely receive the thanks they deserve, and communities all across the state rely on them everyday."
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KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) --- Missouri Gov. Mike Parson (R-MO) said Monday that he will recommend a $15 per hour base pay for all state employees, along with a 5.5 percent in cost of living adjustment.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Monday recommended a 5.5% cost of living adjustment and $15 hourly minimum wage for all state government workers. The recommendation is hoping to help with recruitment and retention of state employees, according to a release from the governor's office.
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