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The Wall Street Journal
This Week in Would-Be 2016 Candidates: Michele Bachmann and Jay Nixon
U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota speaks during the Faith and Freedom Coalition's "Road to Majority" conference in Washington, Friday, June 20, 2014.
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Tue Jul 22, 2014
Schuyler County sheriff sends resignation letter to governor
Schuyler County Sheriff Josh Dole has submitted his letter of resignation to Missouri Governor Jay Nixon.
McCrory signs Common Core changes into law
Republican Gov. Pat McCrory signed legislation Tuesday that includes the review and revision of the state's reading and math curriculum in K-12 schools.
Consumer Finance Protection Bureau Slaps Payday Lender ACE Cash Express With Million Fine
For the second time in as many years, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has fined a major payday lender.
KZIM-AM Cape Girardeau
The Governor vetoed HB 1132 Did the decision hurt the poor?
Charity groups that serve underprivileged families and women in crisis pregnancies are calling on the General Assembly to override the veto by Governor Jay Nixon of House Bill 1132.
Defying The AMA, Some Politicians Lower Standards For Practicing Medicine
As we get older, our doctors seem to get younger. Doctors that used to seem like wise elder sages now look like kids you would hire to mow your lawn.
The Washington Post
Pro-Russian rebels turned over black box recorders from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 and released a train filled with hundreds of bodies collected from the crash site near Donetsk.
Seeing sales slowing, Missouri Lottery officials seek new customers
For many years, as state revenue has fluctuated and stagnated, the Missouri Lottery has been a welcome outlier, a dependable, sometimes surging revenue stream that rarely failed to post record profits.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
MO: Supreme Court Rules Right to Keep and Bear Arms Will be on August 5 Ballot
Missouri will have a strengthened Right to Keep and Bear Arms provision on the August 5th ballot.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon To Visit Iowa
Jay Nixon, the two-term Democratic governor of Missouri, is visiting Iowa Tuesday.
River Front Times
Fundraiser Created for Ad Campaign Asking Gov. Nixon to Free Jeff Mizanskey
Efforts to free Jeff Mizanskey, Missouri's only prisoner serving life without parole for marijuana charges, are continuing with an online fundraiser that seeks to raise money for a media blitz that would aim to persuade Gov. Jay Nixon to grant clemency.
Nixon warns Jackson County of tax cuts' costs
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon told Eastern Jackson County leaders that sales tax cuts passed by legislators could cost cities in the area dearly, The Independence Examiner reports.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Saint Louis Front Page
Governor Jay Nixon Reauthorizes Missouri Rx Program
Return of Polar Vortex to Trigger Midwest Storms, Chill ST. LOUIS, MO, , July 13, 2014 - While the effect of the July sun and warm landscape will cancel some of the cool air, it will become surprisingly cool in the Midwest during what is typically the hottest time of the year.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
It's time to fill Van Amburg's old spot
The Sixth Circuit Judicial Commission is accepting applications for the office of Associate Circuit Judge, Division 4 of the Sixth Judicial Circuit , to fill the vacancy created by the appointment of James W. Van Amburg, to the office of circuit judge.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Missouri Governor Signs New Self-Storage Lien Law
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon signed an updated self-storage lien law on July 11 that expands tenant default-notification options, enables value limitations on stored items, and allows for towing of abandoned vehicles.
Nixon's veto of e-cigarette bill was smart move
Gov. Jay Nixon on Monday vetoed legislation to exempt e-cigarettes from laws, regulations and taxes applied to the tobacco industry.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Nixon Vetoes Payday-Loan Bill, Sets New Veto Record
With more vetoes still likely, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon already has set a record for vetoes during his tenure V with 31 amassed so far for this year's legislative session.
Hemp-oil bill should open larger discussion about legalizing pot
A week ago, the state of Washington joined Colorado as the only two states in the country where purchase of recreational marijuana is legal.
KC it firm plans hiring binge, $1.04M HQ expansion
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon said Thursday that Kansas City information technology firm ECCO Select Corp. is slated to start a $1.04 million expansion of its local headquarters.