No Wake policy had been in place since Thursday, due to high water levels
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon today vetoed House Bill 42, saying it fails to solve the problems of unaccredited school districts in the St. Louis region and creates new problems and mandates for public schools across the state.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is moving facilities, but where it will move is still undetermined.
Jay Nixon flew to Spain, Italy and Germany last week to talk business strategies with companies like BMW and BASF chemical plant.
Nixon says the trips ultimately are good for the state, “whether it’s in the trade agreements that we’ve done or the relations that we build or just also thanking organizations which have invested significant money” in Missouri.
Mo., representative says Governor Nixon accepted $50,000 for his veto of the Right to Work bill.
Six in Jefferson City claim misuse of funds by Gov. Nixon in effort to keep NFL in St. Louis
The long effort to free Jeff Mizanskey has paid off.
Commissioner Don Garber told Gov. Nixon, Dave Peacock, and others it would likely be 2020 or later
Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Dan Mehan says if Gov. Nixon does veto the measure, they will try to receive enough votes to override his veto.