1/4/13-With a host of police officers and other public safety officials at his back, Governor Jay Nixon presents his case for reinstating exemptions to the Missouri Sunshine Law Friday at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. (UPI/Bill Greenblatt)

Nixon Seeks Quick Reinstatement Of Sunshine Law Provisions

Exemptions protecting security plans for schools, hospitals, etc. expired at the end of 2012.



Gov. Nixon Comes Out Against Guns in School

Gov. Jay Nixon has come out in opposition to legislative proposals that would allow teachers to carry concealed guns into classrooms.


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Missouri Governor Nixon Bags Buck, Urges Hunters to Donate to Food Banks

“I’m pleased to again join thousands of Missouri hunters who are donating venison to help provide for those in need,” Gov. Nixon said.


Missouri Governor Jay Nixon announces new  laws, created to protect small businesses, during a meeting in St. Charles, Missouri on July 18, 2012.  (UPI/Bill Greenblatt)

Spence Sues Nixon for Defamation Over Bank Ad

Republican challenger Dave Spence filed a defamation lawsuit Friday against Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon over negative campaign ads that have targeted Spence’s involvement with a bank.


CHICAGO - APRIL 17:  Former Illinois Governor George Ryan dodges cameras as he leaves federal court April 17, 2006 in Chicago, Illinois. Ryan was found guilty in his corruption trial after ten days of deliberations.  (Getty/Tim Boyle)

Appeals Court Denies Rehearing on Ryan Appeal

A federal appeals court in Chicago has refused a request by imprisoned former Gov. George Ryan that all the court’s judges rehear his appeal seeking an earlier release from prison.


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Missouri Chamber Endorses Spence for Governor

Dan Mehan, president of the Missouri Chamber of Commerce, says he thinks Dave Spence is the best candidate for the job.


Missouri Governor Jay Nixon.  (Getty/Alex Wong)

Governor Nixon Criticizes Akin’s Comments

Akin said in a radio interview that women’s bodies are sometimes able to prevent pregnancies after what he called “a legitimate rape.”


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Mo. Gov. Candidate Repaid NY Jobs Aid

Records obtained by The Associated Press show Dave Spence ‘s business had to repay $75,000 of incentives to New York after not meeting a job target.


Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon (right) greets Jerry Schlichter, co-founder and president of Arch Grants, during Monday's press conference at the offices of Polsinelli Shughart downtown. (KMOX/Brett Blume)

Initial Recipients Of $50,000 Arch Grants Unveiled

Besides grant, each company get affordable office space and business mentoring.


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Illinoisans Honor Philip Humber

Governor signs proclamation for White Sox pitcher’s special day