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Jay Nixon's Public Statements

Full Name: Jeremiah 'Jay' W. Nixon
Office: Governor (MO), Democratic
First Elected: 11/04/2008
Last Elected: 11/06/2012
Next Election: 2016
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Georganne; 2 Children: Jeremiah, Willson
Birth Date: 02/13/1956
Birth Place: De Soto, MO
Home City: Jefferson City, MO
Religion: Methodist
Date Title
July 9, 2014 Gov. Nixon Signs Legislation to Protect Missouri's Children
July 8, 2014 Gov. Nixon Signs 14 bills, Including Fix to Comprehensive Criminal Code Overhaul
July 8, 2014 Special Interest Tax Breaks Jeopardize Outdoor Economy, Gov. Nixon says
July 8, 2014 Gov. Nixon Vetoes Two Bills Defining Captive Deer as Livestock
July 3, 2014 Gov. Nixon Signs Bill Permitting First Responders To Administer Heroin Overdose Antidote
July 2, 2014 Gov. Nixon Signs 13 bills, Vetoes Four
July 2, 2014 Gov. Nixon Signs Bill to Help Improve Breast Cancer Detection by Providing Women with Information About Dense Breast Tissue
July 2, 2014 On 50th Anniversary of Civil Rights Act of 1964, Gov. Nixon Signs Executive Order to Help Increase Diversity, Inclusivity in State Contracts
July 2, 2014 Gov. Nixon Signs 13 Bills, Vetoes Four
July 1, 2014 Gov. Nixon Signs Bill Addressing "Border War" in Kansas City Metropolitan Area
June 25, 2014 Missouri Soil and Water Districts Will Lose Up to $5 Million in Funding for Programs to Help Farmers if Special Breaks Passed by the Legislature Become Law, Gov. Nixon Says
June 24, 2014 Gov. Nixon Takes Action to Balance Fiscal Year 2015 Budget
June 24, 2014 Gov. Nixon Vetoes Senate Bll 493, Calls on Regional School Leaders to Support State Plan for Struggling School Districts
June 24, 2014 Budget Actions Remarks
June 23, 2014 Gov. Nixon Issues Statement on Study Showing Medicaid Inaction is Costing Missouri Jobs
June 20, 2014 Gov. Nixon Signs Bill to Protect Families of Fallen Soldiers at Funerals
June 19, 2014 Gov. Nixon Signs Two Higher Education Bills; Provisions Address Performance Funding for Universities and Colleges, Increased Distance Education Opportunities
June 18, 2014 Gov. Nixon Visits Columbia to Discuss with Local Officials the Impact of Special Tax Breaks Passed by the Legislature
June 18, 2014 Gov. Nixon Signs Executive Order Launching Comprehensive State Energy Plan
June 18, 2014 Remarks by Gov. Nixon on Missouri's Energy Future
June 18, 2014 Disability Conference Remarks
June 17, 2014 Gov. Nixon Denies Clemency Petition of John Winfield
June 17, 2014 Gov. Nixon Denies Clemency Petition of John Winfield
June 17, 2014 Missouri Employers will Realize $186 Million in Tax Savings as State Repays Its Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund Obligation Early, Gov. Nixon Announces
June 12, 2014 Gov. Nixon Visits Hannibal to Discuss with Local Officials the Impact of Special Tax Breaks Passed by the Legislature
June 6, 2014 Statement from Gov. Nixon on 70th Anniversary of D-Day
June 5, 2014 Missouri Named a Top State for Attracting Investment Projects in 2013, Gov. Nixon Announces
June 5, 2014 Gov. Nixon Statement on Nomination of Kevin O'Malley as U.S. Ambassador to Ireland
June 2, 2014 Gov. Nixon Issues Statement on Transportation Tax
May 28, 2014 Special Interest Giveaways Throw Budgets Out of Balance, Reduce State and Local Revenues by $776 Million Annually
May 23, 2014 Gov. Nixon Announces That He Will Veto Legislation That Would Have Sent Public Dollars to Private Schools
May 20, 2014 Gov. Nixon Denies Clemency Petition of Russell Bucklew
May 20, 2014 Continued Decline in Lottery and Gaming Revenues Results In Education Funding Shortfall in the Remaining Weeks of This School Year, Gov. Nixon Announces
May 19, 2014 Gov. Nixon Advances Plans for Five Tornado Safe Room Projects at Schools Across State
May 16, 2014 In the Final Hours of the 2014 Legislative Session, Missouri General Assembly Puts the Budget Severely Out of Balance with Special Giveaways, Gov. Nixon Says
May 15, 2014 Statement from Gov. Nixon on House Bill 1307
May 11, 2014 Gov. Nixon Declares State of Emergency in Response to Severe Storms
May 8, 2014 Gov. Nixon Issues Statement on the Fiscal Year 2015 Budget
May 6, 2014 House and Senate Budget Leaders Back Gov. Nixon's Plan to Rebuild Fulton State Mental Hospital
May 6, 2014 Gov. Nixon Issues Statement on Senate Bill 509 Veto Override
May 5, 2014 Missouri Ranks First in Its Region for New Facilities and Expansions, Gov. Nixon Announces
May 2, 2014 Senate Bill 509 would jeopardize Missouri's AAA Bond Rating and Increase Costs for Local Communities, Gov. Nixon Says
May 1, 2014 Gov. Nixon Announces Veto of Senate Bill 509 During Visit to Gateway/Hubert Wheeler School for the Severely Disabled
May 1, 2014 Gov. Nixon Issues Statement on Moody's Downgrading of Kansas Because of Fiscal Experiments Like Senate Bill 509
April 30, 2014 Gov. Nixon Presents Four Missouri Veterans with Silver Star Banners to Honor Their Service and Sacrifice
April 29, 2014 Wealthy Would Collect Windfalls Under Senate Bill 509, While Average Middle-Class Family Would Get Only $32
April 28, 2014 Gov. Nixon Announces Missouri Health Works Proposal to Reduce Health Costs for Small Businesses
April 23, 2014 Gov. Nixon Issues Statement on Action by Senate Appropriations Committee Regarding His Budget Recommendation on Funding a New Fulton State Hospital
April 23, 2014 Global Manufacturer 3M Invests $18.7 Million to Expand in Nevada and Create 22 New Jobs, Gov. Nixon Announces
April 22, 2014 Gov. Nixon Denies Clemency Petition of William Rousan
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