Governor Jay Nixon
Missouri lawmakers passed a $26 billion budget plan on Thursday for the next fiscal year that would increase basic aid for K-12 public schools while holding spending for social services stagnant.
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon released the following statement regarding today’s announcement by the U.S. Department of Justice.
Charlie Brennan – Thursday, September 11 – KMOX Jeff City Correspondent Phil Brooks; Joe Strohm on Cards Postseason Ticket Sales; Fox Midwest Sports Broadcaster Dan McLaughlin; Mike Breihan and Larry Hanley of Amalgamated Transit Union
Charlie and Debbie talk with KMOX Jefferson City Correspondent Phil Brooks about Mo. State Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal’s criticism of Mo. Gov. Jay Nixon on the Senate floor yesterday; Charlie talks with Cardinals VP of Ticket Sales Joe Strohm about postseason ticket sales; with Fox Midwest Sports Broadcaster Dan McLaughlin; and with Mike Breihan and Larry Hanley with Amalgamated Transit Union regarding the Oreo controversy.
Sports On A Sunday Morning: Governor Jay Nixon, Kevin Demoff, John Mozeliak, Doug Gillan, Paul Allen & Dan McLaguhlin
Governor Jay Nixon, Kevin Demoff, John Mozeliak, Doug Gillan, Paul Allen & Dan McLaguhlin
Threatened with arrest, State Sen. Jamilah Nasheed refused to back down, crossing a yellow line of police tape to deliver petition signatures to St. Louis County prosector Bob McCulloch calling for a special prosecutor in the Ferguson, Mo., shooting case.
Charlie Brennan – Wednesday, June 25th – Phil Brooks on Gov. Jay Nixon’s Veto; Bevis Schock and Hugh Eastwood on Red Light Camera Ticket Cases Going to Mo. Supreme Court; Timothy C. Richards
Charlie and Debbie talk with KMOX’s Jeff City Correspondent Phil Brooks; with STL Attys Bevis Schock and Hugh Eastwood; and with Lori Thaman of Fair Saint Louis. Charlie talks with Former STL Detective Timothy C. Richards; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; and Stages St. Louis’ Jack Lane.
State and local leaders call for an expansion of Medicaid in Missouri.
Marijuana is becoming a major issue in Missouri and KMOX asked Governor Jay Nixon what he thinks about it.
The governor talked about his agenda for public education-saying he wants to avoid fiscally irresponsible experiments that would take money out of public schools.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon issued a statement today saying he has refused to halt the execution of white supremacist serial killer Joseph Paul Franklin, calling his crime in Missouri a cowardly and calculated shooting.