News Archive | Governor Jay Nixon

News Archive

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12/30/2009 Gov. Nixon calls for comprehensive ethics reform during 2010 legislative session
12/29/2009 Gov. Nixon announces clean water proposal to improve water quality at Lake of the Ozarks
12/28/2009 Gov. Nixon orders flags to half-staff to honor Missouri State Highway Patrol corporal killed in line of duty
12/28/2009 Tickets for Governor's Prayer Breakfast sold out
12/25/2009 Gov. Nixon releases statement regarding Highway Patrol corporal killed in line of duty on Christmas
12/24/2009 Gov. Nixon establishes procedure for selecting new poet laureate, encourages Missourians to submit nominations
12/23/2009 Gov. Nixon shares Christmas message with Missourians
12/22/2009 Gov. Nixon makes appointments to boards and commissions
12/22/2009 Statement from Gov. Nixon on Standard & Poor's report reaffirming AAA bond rating for Missouri
12/18/2009 Gov. Nixon appoints Deputy Clerk Tracy Bridges as new Oregon County Clerk
12/18/2009 Gov. Nixon, Treasurer Zweifel applaud passage of property tax relief for homebuyers by Housing Development Commission
12/18/2009 Gov. Nixon, Treasurer Zweifel applaud passage of property tax relief for homebuyers by Housing Development Commission
12/16/2009 Gov. Nixon appoints two to Missouri Women's Council
12/16/2009 Gov. Nixon announces innovative plan to bring more science and technology companies to Missouri
12/15/2009 Gov. Nixon launches $12 million initiative to train Missourians for high-tech, high-demand careers
12/10/2009 Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright to be keynote speaker at Governor's Prayer Breakfast
12/09/2009 Gov. Nixon announces details of bill to reform Missouri DWI laws, keep repeat drunken drivers off the road
12/08/2009 Missouri organizations win three of five prestigious Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Awards for 2009
12/08/2009 Gov. Nixon appoints former state representative from Norborne as Ray County presiding commissioner
12/04/2009 Flags at state and local government buildings to be flown at half-staff on Dec. 7 for Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

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