A spokesman for Missouri Governor Eric Greitens (R) says the governor’s tour to promote his tax plan is being rescheduled.

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens (center) at the January 10, 2018 State of the State Address in Jefferson City. House Speaker Todd Richardson (left) and Lt. Governor Mike Parson (right) join him (photo courtesy of Tim Bommel at House Communications)

Spokesman Parker Briden tells Missourinet that Governor Greitens is committed to rolling out his plan to cut taxes for working families.

While the tour itself is being rescheduled, Briden says the governor “will lay out his principles for tax reform this week.”

Greitens told lawmakers on Wednesday night that his plan will be “the boldest state tax reform in America.”

During his State of the State Address, Greitens said his plan would “lower taxes for working families and make it easier for businesses to come to Missouri and create jobs.”

Hours after delivering that State of the State Address, Greitens admitted to a 2015 extramarital affair.