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May 27, 2014Mo.  |  By: John Coffey

Missouri Legislators Discuss the Future

Northwest Missouri's state legislators, Republicans, State Senator Brad Lager of Savannah and State Representative Mike Thomson of Maryville, concluded their finals General Assembly sessions this month.

Due to state mandated term limits, neither can file for re-election to their current positions. Lager has served in Jefferson City for twelve years, four years as a state representative and the last eight in the Missouri Senate. Lager says he plans to re-enter the private sector.

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Lager says it will be a while before he may consider another role in politics.

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For state representative Mike Thomson, he is closing out eight years in the legislature and says he looks forward to having more time at home.

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Thomson says he will miss the people he's gotten to know while serving in Jefferson City.

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Thomson and Lager were honored by the Maryville Chamber of Commerce last week for their service to northwest Missouri.