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Jay Nixon's Public Statements on Issue: Crime

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Oct. 27, 2016 Gov. Nixon Visits Buchanan County Farm for Safer, Stronger Missouri Roundtable on Coordinated Response to Protect Farms, Homes and Businesses From Floods
Oct. 27, 2016 Gov. Nixon Announces $4 Million in Americorps Funding to Support Almost 700 Positions in Missouri to Meet Local Needs
Oct. 25, 2016 Gov. Nixon Announces Two Tornado Safe Room Projects to Protect Students in Jasper, Barry Counties During Safer, Stronger Missouri Week
Oct. 25, 2016 Gov. Nixon Participates in Roundtable Discussion With Faith-based and Volunteer Groups That Have Advanced Missouri's Ability to Respond to and Recover From Natural Disasters
Oct. 7, 2016 Missouri Will Send Environmental Debris Specialist to Help Florida in Hurricane Relief Efforts, Gov. Nixon Announces
Aug. 25, 2016 Gov. Nixon Statement on Cole County Court Ruling on Public Defender's Misreading of the Law
Aug. 19, 2016 Gov. Nixon grants seven pardons
July 15, 2016 Gov. Nixon Grants Pardons to Eight Offenders
July 13, 2016 Gov. Nixon Signs Legislation to Update Missouri's Use-of-Force Statute, Ban Ticket Quotas and Make It Easier for Rehabilitated Former Offenders to Close Criminal Records
July 13, 2016 Gov. Nixon Signs Legislation to Update Missouri's Use-of-Force Statute, Ban Ticket Quotas and Make It Easier for Rehabilitated Former Offenders to Close Criminal Records
July 11, 2016 Gov. Nixon to Represent Missouri at Memorial Service Honoring Fallen Officers in Dallas on Tuesday
July 10, 2016 Gov. Nixon Will Not Travel to Europe This Week
July 7, 2016 Gov. Nixon Vetoes Photo ID Bill That Would Have Made It More Difficult for Missourians to Vote
July 1, 2016 Gov. Nixon Signs Bill to Expand Rights of Crime Victims, Help Colleges Address Issues of Sexual and Domestic Violence
July 1, 2016 Letter to The Secretary of State of the State of Missouri - Vetoes Bill to Protect Tax Dollars
June 28, 2016 Letter to The Secretary of State of the State of Missouri - Regarding Animal Trespassing Laws
June 28, 2016 Letter to The Secretary of State of the State of Missouri - Regarding Established Criteria for Admissibility of Expert Testimony
June 28, 2016 Letter to The Secretary of State of the State of Missouri - Victim Compensation
June 27, 2016 Gov. Nixon Vetoes No Training, No Background Check, No Permit Concealed Carry
June 27, 2016 Letter to the Secretary of State of the State of Missouri - Vetoes No Training, No Background Check, No Permit Concealed Carry
June 6, 2016 Gov. Nixon Signs Seven Bills, Including Legislation to Combat Identity Theft and Protect Victims of Domestic Violence
June 6, 2016 Gov. Nixon Signs Seven Bills, Including Legislation to Combat Identity Theft and Protect Victims of Domestic Violence
May 27, 2016 Gov. Nixon Grants Pardons to Nine Non-Violent Offenders
May 27, 2016 Gov. Nixon Appoints Associate Circuit Judge Joseph Dueker as Circuit Judge for the 21st Circuit
May 17, 2016 Gov. Nixon Vetoes House Bill 1763 Due to Drafting Errors
May 16, 2016 Gov. Nixon to Appoint Michael Randazzo as Reynolds County Prosecuting Attorney
May 11, 2016 Gov. Nixon Denies Clemency Petition of Earl M. Forrest
April 29, 2016 Gov. Nixon Signs Supplemental Budget to Provide Necessary Funding for Core Services in Current Fiscal Year
April 28, 2016 Gov. Nixon Appoints Springfield Municipal Judge Becky Borthwick as new Associate Circuit Judge for Greene County
April 28, 2016 Gov. Nixon Appoints Reynolds County Prosecuting Attorney Ben Thompson as new Associate Circuit Judge
April 20, 2016 Gov. Nixon Announces Statewide Cybersecurity Preparedness Initiative
April 14, 2016 Gov. Nixon Signs Ethics Bill, Calls for Further Action by General Assembly to Restore the Public's Trust
April 12, 2016 Gov. Nixon Directs Office of Administration to Lead an Interagency Effort on Pay Equity
April 11, 2016 Governor Directs State Agencies to Lessen Unnecessary Barriers to Employment by Removing Questions Relating to Criminal History From Initial Employment Applications
March 31, 2016 St. Louis Public Radio - Local Politicians Rejoice at News That NGA Will Stay in St. Louis
March 9, 2016 Statement from Gov. Nixon Regarding SJR 39
Nov. 25, 2015 Gov. Nixon visits Lebanon to promote Share the Harvest, encourage hunters to donate venison to families in need
Nov. 16, 2015 Gov. Nixon announces $1.2 million to help communities statewide plan for, respond to disasters
Nov. 16, 2015 Gov. Nixon statement on refugees
Nov. 15, 2015 Gov. Nixon harvests 8-point buck in Clark County; donates venison to Share the Harvest to help families in need
Oct. 27, 2015 Op-ed: Working together to pass comprehensive ethics reform
Oct. 15, 2015 Missouri Cybersecurity Team honored with national award for "Overall Excellence in Cyber Security"
Oct. 2, 2015 Gov. Nixon commutes sentence of Kimber Edwards to life in prison without parole
Sept. 28, 2015 Missouri receives $36.7 million federal grant to fund programs that assist crime victims; VOCA funding is four times higher than in recent years
Sept. 14, 2015 Remarks by Gov. Nixon at the Ferguson Commission meeting
Sept. 14, 2015 Remarks by Gov. Nixon at the Ferguson Commission meeting
Sept. 10, 2015 U.S. flag, Missouri flag to be flown at half-staff Friday in honor of those who died in terrorist attacks of Sept. 11
Sept. 9, 2015 Farmers in six additional Missouri counties eligible for low interest loans due to widening of USDA disaster declaration
Sept. 1, 2015 Gov. Nixon denies clemency petition of Roderick Nunley
Aug. 31, 2015 Eight Additional Missouri Counties to Receive Disaster Assistance, After FEMA Grants Gov. Nixon's Request
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