JEFFERSON CITY — The head of the Missouri State Highway Patrol defended his agency's purchase of a $5.6 million plane, telling upset lawmakers Wednesday that the new aircraft was needed because of high demand for flying time from state officials.
Missouri House panel demands answers about new state plane
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