Governor moves state capital for a day in Missouri

Governor moves state capital for a day in Missouri
Missouri Governor Matt Blunt (R) conducts state business as John Russell, Deputy Chief of Staff, assists from his new office for the day in St. Charles, Missouri on April 11, 2008. For the first time in more than 180 years, the First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site in St. Charles served as a meeting place for Missouri's governor and cabinet. In an effort to make state government more accessible, Blunt proclaimed the city of St. Charles as Missouri's Capital for a Day, offering one-on-one and personalized access to state government. (UPI Photo/Bill Greenblatt)
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