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Greitens Wants to Waive Fees for Veteran-Owned Businesses

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Missouri Governor Eric Greitens was in Kansas City, Missouri Wednesday to praise local companies and also announce a new plan regarding fees paid by startup businesses.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Missouri Governor Eric Greitens was in Kansas City, Missouri Wednesday to praise local companies and also announce a new plan regarding fees paid by startup businesses.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12513/7126801?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Thu, 12 Oct 2017 13:43:00 +0000 Greitens Wants to Waive Fees for Veteran-Owned Businesses KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Missouri Governor Eric Greitens was in Kansas City, Missouri Wednesday to praise local companies and also announce a new plan regarding fees paid by startup businesses. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12513/7126801?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KOZL KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Missouri Governor Eric Greitens was in Kansas City, Missouri Wednesday to praise local companies and also announce a new plan regarding fees paid by startup businesses. Greitens made a stop at RO-KC climbing gym, where he climbed a rock wall before unveiling the plan. A new climbing gym in north Kansas City was the center point for an annoucement Wednesday by Governor Eric Greitens. The gym is owned and operated by a veteran - an iniative the governor supports. Grietens wanted to have fun Wednesday. "This is fun. It's a good time." RO-KC is owned by Army veteran Andrew Potter. Wednesday, the governor announced his plan to eliminate fees for startup businsses created by veterans like Potter. "To have someone that is looking in to that and actually understands that from, really, a firsthand basis is important," Potter said. Potter opened RO-KC in 2016. He says his gym helps him continue his life of service for his community. "It's been such a crazy journey." The governor's proposal will have to come in the form of legislation. Missouri state lawmakers will be back for their regularly scheduled session in January. (KCTV for CBS News)




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