Gov. Jay Nixon is joining President Barack Obama during his upcoming visit to the University of Central Missouri.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has signed seven bills dealing with the military and veterans.
Missouri is naming its side of a new Mississippi River span the “Stan Musial Memorial Bridge” for the late St. Louis Cardinals great.
Gov. Jay Nixon enacted a law Friday that immediately reinstates local vehicle taxes for numerous cities and counties that have been unable to tax cars, trucks and boats since a state Supreme Court ruling more than a year ago.
The legislation (SB51) would have increased the fees for obtaining and renewing driver’s licenses and registering vehicles.
“Thank God that we have a Democratic governor that supports workers in the state because that bill is bad,” Bob Soutier, President of the Greater St. Louis Labor Council said.
According to Nixon’s office, the plan is part of Boeing’s large-scale restructuring of its IT operations, currently located in Seattle.
Nearly $1.5 million in tornado, flood damage in St. Charles County alone.
Lawmakers have approved legislation allowing the expansion of special courts to handle current and former military personnel.
The legislation responds to the patrol’s purchase of a new $5.6 million airplane in December.