Eric Greitens on Homeland Security
Felony charge: taking donor lists from veterans charity
The Missouri House special committee looking into Gov. Eric Greitens' legal situation released a four-page report [which later contributed to Gov. Greitens resigning once impeachment proceedings started].
The seven-member committee
said in its new report that it "finds that Greitens' statement mischaracterizes the purported testimony cited by his counsel in the pending criminal case in St. Louis."
The St. Louis Circuit Attorney has charged
Greitens with tampering with a computer--a Class D felony--for taking donor and email lists from The Mission Continues veterans charity and using that information to raise funds during the early days of his campaign.
Greitens helped found the charity in 2007 and served as its executive director until 2014. He has denied any criminal wrongdoing. No trial has been set.
Source: News-Tribune on 2018 Missouri Gubernatorial impeachment
, Apr 30, 2018
Let military spouses work in Missouri
We have members of the armed forces who get orders to come to Missouri. Today, if their spouse is licensed to work in another state, Missouri may not recognize those licenses. That means, if your spouse has a career in dentistry in Tennessee,
and your family is moved to Whiteman Air Force base, they may not be able to work here. That needs to change. We need to grant full reciprocity of licenses obtained in other states to military members, veterans, and their spouses.
Source: 2018 Missouri State of the State address
, Jan 10, 2018
Make Missouri the best state in America for veterans
OUR VETERANS DESERVE BETTER. I believe big government is failing our veterans.
As Governor, I will make it my mission to make Missouri the best state in America for veterans to live, work, build businesses, and raise their families.
Source: 2016 Missouri Governor campaign website EricGreitens.com
, Oct 9, 2015
Page last updated: Oct 05, 2018