House Republicans meet at Farm Bureau ahead of released Greitens report
JEFFERSON CITY —
Following a House investigatory meeting at the Capitol Wednesday, Missouri state respresentatives convened at the Farm Bureau headquarters in Jefferson City.
Farm Bureau employees said they could not say exactly what the meeting was about.
State Rep. Rocky Miller, R-Lake Ozark, answered all questions on his way out of the building with "Nothing."
State Rep. Steve Cookson, R-Poplar Bluff, said, "From my part of the state, character means something."
The Missouri House investigatory committee looking into criminal allegations against Gov. Eric Greitens was scheduled to send a report Wednesday at 5 p.m.