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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
Aug. 8, 2013 Gov. Nixon discusses comeback of Missouri automotive manufacturing at industry conference in Michigan
Aug. 8, 2013 Center for Automotive Research Conference Remarks
Aug. 7, 2013 Gov. Nixon Deploys Missouri National Guard to Assist Local Authorities with Flood Response Efforts
Aug. 6, 2013 Gov. Nixon and Education Leaders in Lee's Summit Discuss Negative Impact of House Bill 253 on Missouri Schools
July 31, 2013 Gov. Nixon and Education Leaders Discuss Negative Impact of House Bill 253 on Missouri Schools
July 31, 2013 New Report Says Missouri is One of 10 States Leading the Way in Improving Results for Taxpayers
July 31, 2013 Gov. Nixon Visits University of Missouri to Discuss Impact of House Bill 253 on Higher Education
July 30, 2013 Gov. Nixon Tours Fulton State Hospital, Discusses Impact of House Bill 253 on Critical Investments
July 29, 2013 Independent Credit Rating Agencies Raise Concerns About Impact of House Bill 253
July 27, 2013 Gov. Nixon Marks 60th Anniversary of Korean War Armistice in Washington, Mo.
July 26, 2013 Gov. Nixon and Education Leaders Discuss Negative Impact of House Bill 253 on Missouri Schools
July 22, 2013 Gov. Nixon Releases Statement on Data Showing Impact of House Bill 253 on Local School Districts
July 16, 2013 Missouri Again Makes "Top 10 Pro-Business States" List from Leading Brokerage Firm, Gov. Nixon Announces
July 16, 2013 During Visit to United Electric Cooperative in Northwest Missouri, Gov. Nixon Highlights Success of Broadband Initiative
July 12, 2013 Gov. Nixon Signs Omnibus Natural Resources Bill, Public Safety Bills Among Final Legislation to be Addressed
July 11, 2013 Gov. Nixon Signs Legislation Supporting the Innovation Campus Initiative
July 11, 2013 Gov. Nixon Signs Missouri Works Legislation to Continue Economic Growth in the Show-Me State
July 10, 2013 Gov. Nixon Signs Legislation to Shore Up the Second Injury Fund, Vetoes Bill that Would have Increased Gas Bills
July 9, 2013 Gov. Nixon Signs Legislation Making it Easier for Motorists to Show Proof of Insurance
July 9, 2013 Statement from Gov. Nixon on St. Louis Rams
July 9, 2013 During a Visit to St. Louis Children's Hospital, Gov. Nixon Signs Bills to Improve Health and Safety of Children
July 8, 2013 Gov. Nixon Signs Bill to Increase Penalties for Public Assistance Fraud, Prohibit Use of TANF Funds at Liquor Stores and Casinos
July 5, 2013 Gov. Nixon Signs Legislation Expanding Gun Rights, Vetoes Unconstitutional Nullification Bill
July 2, 2013 Gov. Nixon Takes Action on Several Bills
June 25, 2013 Pentagon Study Confirms Fort Leonard Wood Crucial to Army's Future, Gov. Nixon Says
June 13, 2013 Gov. Nixon Signs Blls to Allow Older Youth to Reenter Foster Care Up to Age 21 if Reentry is in Their Best Interest
June 10, 2013 Gov. Nixon to Lead Missouri Business Delegation on Trade Mission to France, the United Kingdom and Belgium
June 5, 2013 House Bill 253 Veto - Bloch Business School, Kansas City, MO
June 4, 2013 RAND Corporation Study Shows Increased Costs for States that Decline Medicaid Dollars
June 3, 2013 Gov. Nixon Vetoes SB 267; Cites Concern that Legislation Would Negatively Impact Missouri Families' Ability to Adopt Children from Other Countries
June 1, 2013 Gov. Nixon Visits Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Night at Busch Stadium to Sign HB 68 Designating November as Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month in Missouri
May 31, 2013 Gov. Nixon Signs Law Reinstating Public Safety Exemptions to Missouri Sunshine Law
May 30, 2013 Legislation Would Impose a $200 Million Sales Tax Increase on Missourians Who Need Prescription Drugs
May 23, 2013 Missouri Supports Our Veterans and Military Families
May 22, 2013 Joplin Tornado Second Anniversary Ceremony
May 21, 2013 In Letter to Coalition Members, Gov. Nixon Says Efforts to Strengthen Medicaid in Missouri Will Continue
May 21, 2013 Letter to Medicaid Coalition Member - Strengthen Medicaid in Missouri
May 17, 2013 Gov. Nixon Requests Financial Assistance from SBA to Residents and Businesses Impacted by Severe Storms and Flooding in April
May 15, 2013 Gov. Nixon Announces Agreement Between Lincoln University and Linn State Technical College to Create a Pathway for Students as Part of the Missouri Innovation Campus Initiative
May 14, 2013 Gov. Nixon Vetoes Senate Bill 350, Repeats Call to Protect Funding for First Steps
May 14, 2013 Gov. Nixon Visits Abilities First in Springfield to Discuss Importance of First Steps Program
May 14, 2013 Comments from Gov. Nixon on April Jobs Report Showing Missouri Gained 12,000 Jobs, Unemployment Rate Dropping to 6.6 Percent
May 13, 2013 Gov. Nixon Issues Statement on Senate Committee Action on First Steps
May 10, 2013 Top Global Credit-Rating Agencies Reaffirm Missouri's AAA Status Citing Fiscally Disciplined Management of State Budget
May 9, 2013 Gov. Nixon Issues Statement Regarding First Steps Program and Low-Income Seniors
May 8, 2013 Gov. Nixon Issues Statement on Budget Conference Committee Actions
May 2, 2013 Gov. Nixon Issues Statement on April General Revenue Report
May 1, 2013 During Stop at Rock Bridge State Park, Gov. Nixon Encourages Young Missourians Looking for Employment to Apply with State Parks Youth Corps
April 30, 2013 Gov. Nixon Visits Scott City High School to Discuss Major Progress Toward Making A+ Scholarships Available to Every Qualified Student
April 25, 2013 During Speech to Emergency Management Conference, Gov. Nixon Calls on General Assembly to Reverse Cuts to Public Safety and Emergency Response Funding
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