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Jay Nixon's Public Statements on Issue: Employment and Affirmative Action

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Nov. 16, 2016 Gov. Nixon Applauds Latest Jobs Report Showing a Record Number of Missourians are Employed and That the State Has Gained 50,900 Jobs Over the Last 12 Months
July 26, 2016 Gov. Nixon Celebrates Randolph County Earning Certified Work Ready Community Status
July 22, 2016 Gov. Nixon announces $300,000 for GOCAT, the Greater Ozarks Center for Advanced Technology
July 19, 2016 HS Baking Selects Joplin for Its New $8 Million Flagship Bakery, Gov. Nixon Announces
July 7, 2016 Gov. Nixon Announces Former State Sen. Joseph Keaveny as Workers' Compensation Administrative Law Judge
July 1, 2016 Letter to The Secretary of State of the State of Missouri - Vetoes Legislation That Would Have Made It Easier for Illegal Workers to Secure Jobs With Government Contractors
July 1, 2016 Gov. Nixon Vetoes Legislation That Would Have Made It Easier for Illegal Workers to Secure Jobs With Government Contractors
June 29, 2016 Citing New Landowner Protections and Savings to Consumers, Gov. Nixon Says Grain Belt Express Clean Line Is a Good Deal for Missouri
June 28, 2016 Letter to The Secretary of State of the State of Missouri - Disciplinary Actions Against Government Employees
June 28, 2016 Global Manufacturer Cuts Ribbon on New Facility in St. Louis, Gov. Nixon Announces
June 7, 2016 Gov. Nixon Cuts Ribbon on Leading North American Building Materials Manufacturer's New Jonesburg Roofing Facility
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 29, 2016 Global Supplier of Animal Health Products Expanding Operations in Bridgeton, Creating 144 Jobs, Gov. Nixon Announces
March 25, 2016 New High-tech Startup Fishtech Labs Investing $10.2 Million in Kansas City, Creating 50 High-paying Jobs
March 22, 2016 Gov. Nixon Commends DPS and Post Commission for Implementing New Law Enforcement Training Standards
March 8, 2016 $1.7 Million Available to Assist Workers Impacted By Layoffs at New Madrid Aluminum Plant, Gov. Nixon Announces
Jan. 20, 2016 Gov. Nixon Delivers 2016 State of the State Address
Nov. 30, 2015 Gov. Nixon visits Riverview Gardens High School to announce new effort to help students stay in school, succeed in the workforce
Nov. 20, 2015 Missouri's export sales top $10 billion through third quarter of 2015, Gov. Nixon announces
Nov. 10, 2015 Ford-UAW agreement provides major boost to Kansas City Assembly Plant, Gov. Nixon says
Nov. 6, 2015 Gov. Nixon hosts entrepreneur roundtable in Springfield to highlight Missouri leading nation in new business creation
Oct. 21, 2015 Governor Nixon signs executive order to promote diversity in state government contracting
Oct. 20, 2015 Gov. Nixon applauds opening of Boeing research and technology center
Oct. 20, 2015 Big Four firm to expand its St. Louis office and create 175 new jobs, Gov. Nixon announces
Oct. 14, 2015 Missouri to use $15 million grant to provide job training for health care careers, Gov. Nixon announces
Oct. 2, 2015 Missouri Works Training to help more than 300 businesses create nearly 1,000 jobs, Gov. Nixon announces
Oct. 1, 2015 Gov. Nixon announces $675,000 to support startups in Springfield and Cape Girardeau
Sept. 30, 2015 Gov. Nixon applauds the nearly 700 young people who participated in Missouri's State Parks Youth Corps this summer
Sept. 29, 2015 More than 3,100 Kansas City and St. Louis youth took part in Summer Job League, Gov. Nixon announces
Sept. 23, 2015 Square opens permanent office in St. Louis, creating 200 new jobs, Gov. Nixon announces
Sept. 17, 2015 At Techweek conference, Gov. Nixon announces nearly $1.2 million to support Kansas City startups
Sept. 16, 2015 Missouri legislature upholds Gov. Nixon's veto of right-to-work
Sept. 14, 2015 Global automotive supplier completes facility expansion in Liberty, unveils new Innovation and Training Center, Gov. Nixon announces
Sept. 10, 2015 Missouri employers to see workers' compensation rates drop again in 2016
Aug. 18, 2015 Gov. Nixon Signs Agreement to Further Trade with Canada, Missouri's Top Export Market
Aug. 14, 2015 Gov. Nixon to Travel to Western Canada to Further Trade with Missouri's Largest Export Market
Aug. 14, 2015 Gov. Nixon Celebrates Saline County Earning Certified Work Ready Community Status; Announces Expansion of Local Manufacturer and Creation of 60 New Jobs
July 31, 2015 TriWest Healthcare Alliance to Open New Hub Location in Kansas City and Create 500 New Jobs, Gov. Nixon Announces
July 17, 2015 Gov. Nixon Celebrates Linn County's Certified Work Ready Designation; Announces Expansions of Two Local Manufacturers in Brookfield, Creating More than 75 Jobs
July 10, 2015 Global Building Material Manufacturer to Open a Facility in Joplin, Gov. Nixon Announces
June 22, 2015 Gov. Nixon Signs Bill to Help Keep National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in Missouri
June 19, 2015 Gov. Nixon Makes Available More Than $22 Million for Public Education, Workforce Training and Other Priorities
June 18, 2015 British Company to Expand Divisional Headquarters in Downtown St. Louis and Create New Jobs, Gov. Nixon Announces
June 4, 2015 Letter to the Missouri Secretary of State - Right-to-Work Laws
June 4, 2015 Gov. Nixon Vetoes Legislation that Would Lower Wages, Subject Businesses to Civil and Criminal Liability
May 29, 2015 Global Window and Door Manufacturer to Open its First U.S. Facility in Ste. Genevieve, Gov. Nixon Announces
May 15, 2015 Remarks by Gov. Nixon Regarding the 98th General Assembly
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