Roger Goodell says work in St. Louis on building a new stadium is a positive.
One day after Gov. Jay Nixon’s administration told legislators it could float bonds without their approval for a new St. Louis football stadium, a resolution was offered in the state Senate to shut the door on the idea.
“I am still a Democrat at heart and I didn’t want to leave,” English said. “I’m still voting the same way I did before; my labor-friendly Democrats won’t have to worry.”
St. Louis city’s former police chief is now the state’s top law enforcement authority.
During his remarks Wednesday related to Ferguson, Nixon said there often is “too much fear and too little trust.”
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon plans to propose a $50 million increase in basic school aid during Wednesday’s State of the State address, but some education groups already have concerns that it won’t be enough to avoid potential cuts.
Gov. Jay Nixon released a statement regarding the NFL stadium proposal developed by Dave Peacock and Robert Blitz.
Chappelle-Nadal has been an outspoken critic of Nixon since the Aug. 9 shooting of Michael Brown by officer Darren Wilson.
Missouri lawmakers have never really seen eye to eye with Gov. Jay Nixon, and the beginning of the 2015 legislative session is no different.
After issuing a statement Monday saying he’s committed to keeping St. Louis an NFL city, Nixon made it clear Tuesday that his commitment has its limits.