UPDATE: Missouri GOP Starts 2017 Legislative Session With New AllyRepublicans still hold a commanding majority in both the House & Senate, but now there is no Democratic Governor to keep a balance.
Missouri Gov. Nixon's Term Marked by Budget Cuts, Natural DisastersIn an interview with the Associated Press, Gov. Jay Nixon cites increased funding for education and mental health services and billions of spending cuts that have helped keep the budget in balance as tax revenues declined from a recession.
Mo. Settles Fed. Suit with Family of Man Who Drowned in Water Patrol CustodyBrandon Ellingson's family blamed state, Highway Patrol for his death.
Missouri Native Killed In Jordan AttackStaff Sgt. Matthew Lewellen grew up in Kirksville, according to Gov. Jay Nixon's office
Gov. Nixon Urges Voters to Cap Campaign ContributionsThe last time the issue was on the ballot, 70 percent of Missourians supported limiting campaign contributions.
St. Louis Area Lands 600 New JobsGov. Nixon announces expansion of global company Cushman & Wakefield's local presence.
New Boeing Facility Opens TodayApproximately 700 jobs will be added at Boeing's new composite center which officially opens today.
Gov. Nixon Predicts Trump Could Lose MissouriMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon is predicting Donald Trump could lose Missouri.
Democrats Rally In St. Louis Ahead Of Presidential DebateCongressman Lacy Clay, Gov. Jay Nixon and Rev. Jesse Jackson all spoke outside Missouri History Museum
Bi-State Region Offering Help to Hurricane ZoneMissouri EMA and Scott Air Force Base are ready, if needed
Nixon Reverses $12M in Budget CutsMissouri schools will get additional money because Gov. Jay Nixon has decided to reverse a few of the budget cuts he made earlier this year.
A Glance at New Laws Missouri Legislators Voted to EnactMissouri's Republican-led Legislature overrode Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon's vetoes on 13 bills.

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