Executive Order

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon talks with Rasheen Aldridge, Jr., community organizer and Director of Young Activists United, before the swearing in of the  Ferguson Commission in St. Louis on November 18, 2014. The Ferguson Commission will study the underlying issues raised by events in Ferguson, Missouri  and issuing a report with specific policy recommendations. The sixteen men and women sworn in are made up of business owners, not-for-profit leaders, teachers, lawyers, police officers, activists, pastors and public servants. Aldridge, Jr., is a member of the Commission. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Gov. Nixon Announces Members of the Ferguson Commission

The Ferguson Commission is to study the underlying issues raised by events in Ferguson and issue a report with specific policy recommendations no later than Sept. 15, 2015.

11/18/2014

Missouri Bill Aims To Block Executive Orders On Gun Control

“It is simply legislation to protect the basic Second Amendment rights given to Missouri citizens in the Constitution to keep and bear arms in their homes.”

01/16/2013

St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay signs Executive Order #46.

Executive Order to Give Minorities, Women More Construction Jobs

Executive Order #46 extends the existing workforce goals on City public works projects, commonly known as Board Bill 75.

12/12/2012

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