Senator Hough On Gov. Parson’s Push For State Employee Pay Raise
Members of the Senate Appropriations Committee, from left, Vice Chairman Lincoln Hough and Chairman Dan Hegeman, discuss an item with Drew Dampf, Hegeman's chief of staff, as Sen. Lauren Arthur studies budget documents (Rudi Keller/Missouri Independent).

(MISSOURINET) – Governor Mike Parson has proposed a pay increase of 8.7% for all Missouri state workers. Republican state Senator Lincoln Hough (huff) of Springfield, the chair of the Senate Appropriations Committee, expects there to be enough legislative support for the increases to happen by March 1st…

Parson has requested a state worker pay increase each year since becoming governor. Last year, state lawmakers approved a 5.5% increase in pay and a $15 base wage for all state jobs.

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