Gov. Eric Greitens said he will talk with President Donald Trump this weekend about policies that will bring more jobs to Missouri.
The Republican governor is scheduled to be in the nation’s capital Sunday and Monday as part of his third visit to Washington since he took office on Jan. 9.
The political newcomer said he will discuss loosening federal regulations that could limit business investment in the state, as well as urge Trump to help states lower the cost of providing health insurance for the poor.
Although an official schedule has not been released, Greitens is scheduled to be at the White House Sunday and Monday as part of a National Governors Association meeting, which will include a visit with Trump.
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