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Governor Matt Blunt has appointed members to the committee tasked with reviewing state government and suggesting ways to restructure government. Missy Shelton reports.
The twenty member commission has one year to recommend a restructuring plan and ways to increase efficiency in state government.
The commission will hold its first meeting next week.
Governor Matt Blunt explains what the commission will do.
Half of the twenty members are from Jefferson City, Kansas City and St Louis.
There are no members from Springfield.
Blunt says he tried to find qualified people from all over the state.
Blunt, a Republican says the commission is not designed to be partisan.
He says the commission has members of both major political parties.
Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder, a Republican is a member of the commission.
He says he's going into the first meeting with an open mind.
According to the governor's office, this is the first major review of state government since 1974.