Gov. Jay Nixon
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon says he will veto legislation seeking to overhaul a law that requires unaccredited school districts to pay costs for students to transfer to better-performing nearby schools.
Treasurer Clint Zweifel was in St. Louis Thursday, talking to students about the importance of saving for college, as the price tag for a degree keeps getting bigger.
Legislation addressing vacancies on the Missouri State Board of Education is awaiting action by Gov. Jay Nixon.
The proposed constitutional amendment will ask voters to impose a three-quarter-cent sales tax that would last for 10 years.
Gov. Jay Nixon today announced that revenues from lottery and riverboat gaming have continued their steep decline, resulting in an additional estimated shortfall of $35.1 million for the current 2014 Fiscal Year.
Attorneys for a condemned Missouri inmate remain hopeful that a court will halt his execution, even if the governor has shown little inclination to do so himself.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is standing firm with plans to execute Russell Bucklew this week.
Lawmakers have referred an unusually large number of constitutional amendments to the ballot for voters to decide.
Gov. Jay Nixon was in Troy Monday to announce that community safe rooms will be built at schools in Lincoln, St. Charles, Stoddard, Texas and Webster counties.
Much of the attention of this legislative session has focused on Gov. Jay Nixon’s failed efforts for Medicaid expansion, but there’s another side to the story.