News Archive

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08/01/2014 Missouri schools would lose $93 million in funding if special tax breaks passed by the legislature become law, Gov. Nixon says
07/31/2014 Gov. Nixon discusses mental health initiative during roundtable with law enforcement in St. Joseph
07/29/2014 Text of remarks by Gov. Nixon to Missouri school administrators
07/28/2014 Research jobs continue growth in Missouri; Gov. Nixon helps celebrate opening of Express Scripts Lab
07/25/2014 Gov. Nixon appoints longtime educator, former legislator Maynard Wallace to State Board of Education
07/25/2014 Leading logistics firm to open office in St. Louis, create 95 new jobs, Gov. Nixon announces
07/24/2014 Gov. Nixon helps international aviation support company open facility at KCI; project creating 500 new jobs
07/24/2014 Missouri Soil and Water Districts will lose up to $5 million in funding for programs to help farmers if special breaks passed by the legislature become law, Gov. Nixon says
07/23/2014 Korean War Veterans Day in Missouri to be observed on Sunday
07/23/2014 Gov. Nixon orders comprehensive review to ensure Missouri Lottery keeps its promise to public schools
07/21/2014 Gov. Nixon to visit commercial-scale cellulosic ethanol plant with agriculture and economic development officials
07/18/2014 Gov. Nixon makes board and commission appointments
07/17/2014 IT consulting firm expands Kansas City headquarters, creating 96 new jobs, Gov. Nixon announces
07/16/2014 Gov. Nixon praises confirmation of Judge Ronnie White to federal bench
07/16/2014 Missouri moves up to #8 in “Top 10 Pro-Business States” rankings compiled by leading brokerage firm
07/16/2014 Gov. Nixon denies clemency petition of John Middleton
07/15/2014 Missouri taxpayers will save $11.2 million through bond refinancing; Gov. Nixon credits state’s continued fiscal discipline
07/14/2014 Gov. Nixon announces final bill actions
07/14/2014 Gov. Nixon visits Farmington to discuss with area officials the impact of special tax breaks on law enforcement, emergency management operations, other vital services
07/14/2014 Gov. Nixon vetoes legislation that would have jeopardized public health by exempting e-cigarettes from tobacco laws

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