KC Chiefs Missouri’s official NFL team


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(JEFFERSON CITY) - July 9, Gov. Mike Parson signed SCR 4, a resolution designating the Kansas City Chiefs as the official NFL team of Missouri.
“For over 50-years, the Kansas City Chiefs have played an important role in the city and the state,” Gov. Parson said. “Sports are a big part of Missouri’s heritage, and we are proud to have the Chiefs represent our great state in the NFL.”
The Chiefs have had a longstanding presence in Missouri since 1963 when founder Lamar Hunt brought the franchise to Kansas City from Dallas.
In addition to SCR 4, Governor Parson signed HB 677, which modifies provisions relating to certain tourism infrastructure facilities.
The bill authorizes funding for renovations to the Enterprise Center, home of the Stanley Cup Champion St. Louis Blues, and extends existing funding for Arrowhead and Kauffman stadiums. 
Gov. Parson also signed five other pieces of legislation relating to transportation, courts, and local government:
SB 203 - Nuisance
Modifies nuisance actions in certain cities and counties.
SB 297 - Jury Service for Persons Over 75
Allows individuals 75-years-of-age or older to be excused from jury duty.
HB 926 - Use of Dealer Plates
Modifies provisions relating to dealer license plates.
HB 499 - Omnibus Transportation
Modifies provisions relating to transportation.
SB 368 - Omnibus Transportation
Enacts provisions relating to transportation.
For more information on a bill, visit the Missouri House or Missouri Senate website. Pictures from today’s signings will be available on the Governor’s Flickr page.

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