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Jay Nixon's Public Statements

Office: Governor (MO), Democratic
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July 7, 2011 Gov. Nixon to Invite Legislative Leaders to Meet with Economic Team on Jobs Bill
July 6, 2011 Gov. Nixon Announces $2 Million to Establish the Joplin Child Trauma Treatment Center
July 6, 2011 Gov. Nixon Vetoes Bill that Would Have Delayed Life-Saving Protections for the Elderly and Those with Disabilities at Residential Care and Assisted Living Facilities in Missouri
June 28, 2011 Gov. Nixon Requests Federal Emergency Declaration from the President Because of Unprecedented Flooding
June 24, 2011 Gov. Nixon Announces $75 Million in New Resources for Joplin-Area Businesses to Assist Rebuild and Recovery from May 22 Tornado
June 16, 2011 Gov. Nixon Signs Bill to Increase Scholarships for Math and Science Students, Provide Resources to Train More Nurses
June 14, 2011 Gov. Nixon Details New Resources, Enforcement Tools to Continue Crackdown on Substandard Dog Breeders
June 10, 2011 Gov. Nixon Signs Legislation to Help Missouri Seniors and Those with Disabilities Afford Prescription Medicine
June 8, 2011 Gov. Nixon Deploys National Guard to Coordinate and Supervise Flood Preparations, Response on Missouri River
June 7, 2011 Gov. Nixon Opens State Resource, Recovery & Rebuilding Center in Joplin
June 3, 2011 Gov. Nixon Requests Federal Government to Cover 100 Percent of Public Assistance Costs in Response to Natural Disasters in Missouri
June 2, 2011 Imminent Missouri River flooding Increases the Need for Awareness and Preparedness, Gov. Nixon Says
June 1, 2011 Gov. Nixon Announces Program to Create More than 400 Clean-Up, Humanitarian Jobs in Joplin
May 29, 2011 Gov. Nixon's Remarks at the Joplin Community Memorial Service
May 29, 2011 Remarks by the President after Touring Tornado Damage in Joplin, Missouri
May 29, 2011 CNN "State of the Union with Candy Crowley" - Transcript
May 29, 2011 CBS "Face the Nation" - Transcript
May 27, 2011 Federal Disaster Assistance Extended to More Missouri Counties Hit Hard by Severe Storms and Flooding
May 26, 2011 Gov. Nixon Signs Executive Order Waiving Fees for Replacing Identification for Joplin Tornado Victims
May 26, 2011 Gov. Nixon Signs Executive Order Putting Emergency Protections in Place for Insurance Policyholders in Joplin
May 26, 2011 Gov. Nixon Signs Executive Order Directing National Guard to Coordinate and Supervise Debris Removal and Cleanup in Joplin
May 24, 2011 Gov. Nixon Signs Executive Order to Ensure Continuity of Medical Care for Joplin Tornado Victims Whose Health Records Were Lost in Widespread Wreckage
May 22, 2011 Gov. Nixon Deploys National Guard to Southwest Missouri in Response to Deadly Tornadoes
May 19, 2011 Gov. Nixon Helps Mark Completion of First Phase of Bew Broadband Network in Northeast Missouri; Ralls County Project is Key Part of MoBroadbandNow Initiative
May 13, 2011 Gov. Nixon Gives Emergency Approval for Grant to Get Water Line to 120 Homes in Wayne County, Where Flooding has Cut Off All Water Service
May 11, 2011 Gov. Nixon's Signing Statement on Revised Agricultural Nuisance Legislation Passed by General Assembly
May 5, 2011 Gov. Nixon Issues Statement on Passage of Budget by General Assembly
May 4, 2011 Statement from Gov. Nixon on Upcoming Survey of Flood Damage by Director of Missouri Department of Agriculture
May 4, 2011 Gov. Nixon's Statement on Congressional Redistricting Plan Approved by General Assembly
May 2, 2011 Statement from Gov. Nixon on Corps' Decision to Breach Birds Point Levee
May 2, 2011 Gov. Nixon Vetoes House Bill 209 Relating to Agricultural Nuisances
May 2, 2011 Gov. Nixon Signs House Bill 15 to Provide More Than $189 million in Federal Funding to Missouri Public K-12 Schools
April 30, 2011 Gov. Nixon Vetoes Redistricting Bill; Urges General Assembly to Submit a New Map that Will "Reflect a Better Representation for All Regions of the State"
April 30, 2011 Statement from Gov. Nixon Regarding Developments on Flooding Situation in Southeast Missouri
April 29, 2011 Gov. Nixon Vetoes Senate Bill 188
April 29, 2011 State Agencies Continue to Exceed Energy-Reduction Goals Set by Gov. Nixon
April 29, 2011 Gov. Nixon Vetoes Senate Bill 188; Says it Would Undermine the Missouri Human Rights Act,
April 28, 2011 Gov. Nixon, U.S. Cabinet Secretaries Duncan and Napolitano Participate in ShakeOut Earthquake Drill Events at St. Louis High School
April 27, 2011 Gov. Nixon Issues Statement on Missouri Solution
April 27, 2011 Gov. Nixon Praises Cooperative Efforts of County Sheriffs and Missouri National Guard to Implement Evacuation from Birds Point-New Madrid Floodway
April 26, 2011 Gov. Nixon Signs Legislation Phasing Out Corporate Franchise Tax, Opening Door For New Investment and Job Growth in Missouri
April 25, 2011 Gov. Nixon Activates Missouri National Guard to Help With Flood Response, Threats to Levees
April 25, 2011 Gov. Nixon Issues Order to Expedite Cleanup From Tornadoes
April 25, 2011 Statement From Gov. Nixon Regarding Plans by Corps of Engineers to Intentionally Breach Birds Point Levee
April 25, 2011 Gov. Nixon Hosts Conference Call With Officials From Cities in St. Louis Metro Area Affected By Tornadoes; Thanks Them For Their Leadership, Says State Stands Ready to Help
April 25, 2011 Governor Nixon's Initial Statement on Senate Bill 188, Relating to the Missouri Human Rights Act and Employment Discrimination
April 21, 2011 Gov. Nixon Hosts Roundtable Discussion in Kansas City to Detail Loans to Help Small Businesses Create Jobs
April 20, 2011 Sedalia-Based ProEnergy Service Plans to Create More Than 300 New Jobs, Gov. Nixon Announces
April 19, 2011 Gov. Nixon Issues Statement in Response to Letter from More Than 70 Legislators in Support of Missouri Solution
April 18, 2011 Statement from Gov. Nixon Regarding Agreement Between Animal-welfare, Agriculture Organizations
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