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Jay Nixon's Public Statements on Issue: Environment

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Oct. 7, 2016 Missouri Will Send Environmental Debris Specialist to Help Florida in Hurricane Relief Efforts, Gov. Nixon Announces
Sept. 13, 2016 Letter to the Honorable Gina McCarthy, Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency - Midwestern Governors Call on EPA to End E15 Barrier
June 10, 2016 Gov. Nixon to Lead Presentations on the Outdoor Economy at Western Governors' Association Meeting and Great Outdoors Western Campout
May 27, 2016 Gov. Nixon Declares State of Emergency Due to Increased Risk of Flooding from Predicted Rain
May 9, 2016 Missouri's Parks, Soils and Water Sales Tax will be on November ballot, Gov. Nixon Announces
April 19, 2016 Gov. Nixon Announces Proposed Restoration and Development Projects to Invest Nearly $2 Million in Areas of Southeast Missouri Impacted by Lead Mining
Jan. 20, 2016 Gov. Nixon Delivers 2016 State of the State Address
Nov. 30, 2015 Gov. Nixon statement on EPA's final Renewable Fuel Standard
Nov. 24, 2015 Gov. Nixon directs Missouri Department of Natural Resources to identify restoration projects to be funded through ASARCO settlement
Aug. 10, 2015 Gov. Nixon Announces $250,000 in State Support to Rehabilitate a North County Baseball Park that Will Benefit Youth in St. Louis
July 24, 2015 Gov. Nixon Re-Appoints Don Bedell to Missouri Conservation Commission
July 21, 2015 Gov. Nixon Requests Major Disaster Declaration to Assist Missouri Communities Impacted by Severe Storms, Tornadoes and Flooding
July 15, 2015 Gov. Nixon Asks Attorney General Koster to Sue the Federal Government to Block the USDA's Unreasonable Crop Insurance Deadline
July 14, 2015 Letter to Tom Vilsack, Secretary of the United States Department of Agriculture - Extension of Crop Acreage Reporting Period
July 14, 2015 Gov. Nixon Announces Final Bill Actions, Including Signing Legislation to Regulate Hydraulic Fracturing or "Fracking"
July 4, 2015 No-Wake Order at Lake of the Ozarks is Lifted, Gov. Nixon Announces
July 2, 2015 To Protect Public Safety and Property, Gov Nixon Directs DPS, Patrol to Institute No-Wake Order at Lake of the Ozarks Effective Immediately
June 26, 2015 Gov. Nixon to View Flood-Fighting and Recovery Efforts in Lincoln, Pike Counties on Saturday; Governor Directs SEMA to Coordinate State Assistance Communities
June 18, 2015 Gov. Nixon Declares State of Emergency in Response to Heavy Rains and Flooding Impacting Much of Missouri
March 19, 2015 Gov. Nixon Signs Disaster Supplemental Budget Bill
Feb. 3, 2015 Missouri State Parks Saw Record Attendance in 2014, With More Than 18.5 Million Visitors
Jan. 27, 2015 Gov. Nixon Visits Buchanan County Farm to Announce Competitive USDA Grant to Reduce Erosion, Improve Water Quality
Jan. 21, 2015 2015 State of the State Address
Oct. 31, 2014 Twenty Northern Missouri Counties Receive Disaster Declaration Requested by Gov. Nixon
Oct. 22, 2014 Gov. Nixon Requests Major Disaster Declaration to Assist Communities Impacted by Severe Storms, Flooding in September
Sept. 22, 2014 Gov. Nixon Announces More Than $375,000 in State Assistance to Help Ray County Community of Orrick with Recovery Efforts Following May Tornado
Sept. 19, 2014 Gov. Nixon Praises Effort to Protect Rosecrans Air National Guard Base, St. Joseph Area-Businesses Through Improvements to Area Levees
July 24, 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
July 8, 2014 Special Interest Tax Breaks Jeopardize Outdoor Economy, Gov. Nixon says
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
May 19, 2014 Gov. Nixon Advances Plans for Five Tornado Safe Room Projects at Schools Across State
May 11, 2014 Gov. Nixon Declares State of Emergency in Response to Severe Storms
March 3, 2014 Letter to John Kerry, Secretary of State - Keystone XL Pipeline
Feb. 7, 2014 Letter to Sally Jewel, Secretary Department of the Interior - Management Plan for the Ozark National Scenic Riverways
Feb. 6, 2014 During Visit to Lee's Summit MoDOT Facility, Gov. Nixon Thanks Crews and Discusses New Measures to Help Missourians Afford Rising Propane Price
Feb. 3, 2014 During Visit to Springfield MoDOT Facility, Gov. Nixon Announces New Measures to Help Missourians Afford Skyrocketing Propane Prices
Jan. 21, 2014 Gov. Nixon Delivers 2014 State of the State Address
Nov. 15, 2013 During Roundtable with Local Officials, Gov. Nixon Discusses Project to Help Meet Long-range Water Needs of Residents, Businesses in 10 Northern Missouri Counties
Oct. 24, 2013 Gov. Nixon Announces $685,694 in Funding to Assist De Soto with Wastewater System Improvements
Sept. 17, 2013 Missouri Receives National Recognition for New Online Permitting System
July 12, 2013 Gov. Nixon Signs Omnibus Natural Resources Bill, Public Safety Bills Among Final Legislation to be Addressed
May 17, 2013 Gov. Nixon Requests Financial Assistance from SBA to Residents and Businesses Impacted by Severe Storms and Flooding in April
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
Aug. 27, 2012 Gov. Jay Nixon Announces Review of All Applications for the Emergency Cost Share Program for Farmers Impacted by Severe Drought is Complete
Aug. 13, 2012 Gov. Nixon Meets with Farm Family Approved for Assistance Under Emergency Water Program
July 31, 2012 Gov. Nixon Reports that Emergency Cost-Share Program for Livestock Producers, Farmers has Approved 818 Applications, Totaling More than $3.8 Million
July 17, 2012 USDA Grants Request by Gov. Nixon to Declare All Missouri Counties as Disaster Areas because of Heat, Drought
July 10, 2012 Gov. Nixon Requests Agriculture Disaster Designation for 114 Counties in Missouri Following USDA Drought Damage Assessment
July 2, 2012 Gov. Nixon Directs Missouri Department of Agriculture to Request Opening of Reserve Lands for Grazing because of Ongoing Dry Condition
May 9, 2012 Several Missouri Communities Hit by 2011 Floods to Receive Additional Help in Repairing, Replacing Damaged Infrastructure, Gov. Nixon Announces
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