A State Senator is making it clear Governor Bob Holden’s $620-million transportation package could be in big trouble. Senator Morris Westfall of Halfway says unless Transportation Commission Chairman S. Lee Kling is replaced, the package will have no chance of passing the Senate. Halfway and other lawmakers from rural Missouri hold Kling responsible for scrapping the state’s 15-year highway plan. They say the state went back on a promise and add the person responsible for breaking the promise should not have any say in this venture.
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