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Jay Nixon's Public Statements

Office: Governor (MO), Democratic
Date Title
June 12, 2015 Gov. Nixon Signs Senior Savings Protection Act to Protect Seniors, Those with Disabilities from Financial Exploitation
June 10, 2015 Gov. Nixon Participates in Meeting of the Export Council in Washington, D.C.
June 5, 2015 At VFW State Convention, Gov. Nixon Signs Bills that will Help Fund Repairs, Renovations at State Veterans' Homes
June 3, 2015 Gov. Nixon Signs Legislation to Maintain Missouri's Accreditation with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners
June 3, 2015 Gov. Nixon Encourages Missourians to Submit Ideas for New Time Capsule Honoring 100th Anniversary of Missouri State Capitol Cornerstone
May 29, 2015 Department of Mental Health Receives $7 Million Substance Abuse Treatment Grant, Gov. Nixon Announces
May 27, 2015 Gov. Nixon Breaks Ground on New Fulton State Psychiatric Hospital Campus
May 22, 2015 Gov. Nixon Announces $2 Million to Repair Roads in Duquesne Damaged by Expedited Debris Removal Following EF-5 Tornado
May 22, 2015 Gov. Nixon Grants Pardons to Five Non-Violent Offenders; Commutes Jeffrey Mizanskey's Sentence to Make Him Eligible for Parole Consideration
May 22, 2015 Gov. Nixon Extends Deadline for Comprehensive State Energy Plan
May 20, 2015 Gov. Nixon Visits Technology Incubator in St. Louis to Discuss Efforts to Support High-Tech Startups
May 20, 2015 Governor's 100 Missouri Miles Challenge Receives National Award
May 19, 2015 Gov. Nixon announces $4.5 million settlement with Aetna after company failed to provide required autism coverage
May 18, 2015 Gov. Nixon Announces Funds for the University of Missouri-Columbia's Trulaske College of Business Applied Learning Center
May 12, 2015 Gov. Nixon Announces Funds for Robert W. Plaster Free Enterprise Center at UMKC
May 8, 2015 Gov. Nixon Signs FY2016 Budget Bills, Making Investments in Public Education, Economic Development and Services for Vulnerable Missourians
May 7, 2015 Gov. Nixon Encourages Lawmakers to Finish Work on Pending Legislation Investing in Missouri Roads and Bridges
May 7, 2015 Gov. Nixon Signs Bill Restoring Limits on Noneconomic Damages Against Health Providers
May 6, 2015 Renovations at Missouri Southern State University will Help Prepare Students for STEM Fields, Gov. Nixon Says
May 6, 2015 College of Business Administration Building at UMSL will Boost Region and State's Economy, Gov. Nixon Says
May 5, 2015 Gov. Nixon Vetoes Bill that Would Hurt Workers, Weaken the Economy
April 30, 2015 Gov. Nixon Vetoes Legislation that Would Hurt Needy Children
April 28, 2015 Gov. Nixon Announces $5 Million Federal Grant to Provide Pathways to Employment and Workplace Training for Residents in North St. Louis City and County
April 28, 2015 Gov. Nixon Joins HUD Secretary Julián Castro to Announce Federal Promise Zone Designation for St. Louis City and County
April 27, 2015 Gov. Nixon Signs Two Pieces of Legislation Supporting Missouri's Record of Fiscal Discipline
April 24, 2015 Gov. Nixon Orders Flags to Half-Staff Statewide on Saturday to Honor Missouri Soldier Killed During Vietnam War; Governor Will Attend Funeral in Centralia
April 15, 2015 Gov. Nixon and First Lady Georganne Nixon Kick off 2015 100 Missouri Miles Challenge, Celebrate 25th Anniversary of the Katy Trail
April 15, 2015 Gov. Nixon Visits Maryville to Tout New Data Showing Missouri is a National Leader in Improving Graduation Rates
April 13, 2015 Gov. Nixon Signs Resolution Designating Sept. 26 as Mesothelioma Awareness Day in Missouri
April 10, 2015 Global Hardware Distributor Expands Footprint in Sikeston Creating 70 New Jobs, Gov. Nixon Announces
April 10, 2015 Gov. Nixon Visits Barry County Dairy Farm to Sign Legislation Supporting Missouri Agriculture
April 10, 2015 Gov. Nixon Submits FY2016 Budget Amendment, Says Draconian Cuts to Services for the Vulnerable Unnecessary
April 9, 2015 Gov. Nixon Signs Bill to Encourage High-Tech Data Centers to Locate, Expand and Create Jobs in Missouri
April 3, 2015 Following Revenue Increase, $43 Million Now Available for Priorities, Gov. Nixon Announces
March 31, 2015 Pet, Home & Garden Division of Spectrum Brands to Expand Headquarters in St. Louis, Gov. Nixon Announces
March 25, 2015 Building on Best Year for Manufacturing Jobs in Two Decades, Gov. Nixon Reports on Productive Meetings with Global Companies in Europe
March 24, 2015 Gov. Nixon Appoints St. Louis Attorney Robert Heggie as Associate Circuit Judge in the 21st Circuit
March 24, 2015 Gov. Nixon appoints Goodwin as new Carter County Collector of Revenue
March 24, 2015 Gov. Nixon Appoints Hershey as Chariton County Public Administrator
March 20, 2015 Gov. Nixon Congratulates Missouri Children's Division on its Reaccreditation by the Council on Accreditation
March 19, 2015 Gov. Nixon Names Former Joplin Police Chief Lane Roberts as Missouri Public Safety Director
March 19, 2015 Gov. Nixon helps break ground on EaglePicher Technologies' new battery manufacturing facility in Joplin; expansion expected to create 171 new jobs
March 19, 2015 Gov. Nixon Signs Disaster Supplemental Budget Bill
March 18, 2015 Gov. Nixon Visits Roosevelt High in St. Louis to Announce Funding to Help at-risk Students Stay in School, Succeed in the Workforce
March 18, 2015 Missouri's AAA Credit Rating Reaffirmed by S&P, Saving Taxpayers $1.6 Million Through Refinancing Action
March 18, 2015 Gov. Nixon Praises Retiring DMH Director Dr. Keith Schafer for his Service and Dedication
March 18, 2015 Missouri Export Sales in 2014 Reach $14.1 billion, the Second-highest on Record, Gov. Nixon Announces in St. Joseph at Leading Animal-Health Business
March 16, 2015 Gov. Nixon appoints former Congresswoman Pat Danner Meyer as a member of the Missouri Credit Union Commission
March 16, 2015 Gov. Nixon to Lead Missouri Delegation of Public Officials, Business Leaders on Trade Mission to Italy, Germany and Spain
March 16, 2015 Gov. Nixon appoints Henry as new Camden County Assessor
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