The head of the state’s largest farm organization blasts the State Transportation Department over how Amendment Three money will be spent. Missouri Farm Bureau President Charlie Kruse says his group was optimistic passage of Amendment Three, the end of the diversion of gas tax dollars away from the Transportation Department, would mean rural roads would get fixed. But he says MoDOT’s plan to re-pave roads around the cities and the corridors between cities is not what the Farm Bureau expected. Kruse says this was a chance for the Department to regain some trust lost long ago. And Kruse alludes that his group’s disappointment could translate into disappointment the next time the MoDOT wants more money.