Gov. Jay Nixon says Missouri has signed off on deals to sell $700 million of products to Taiwanese consumers over the next four years.
The director of the Missouri's labor department has been appointed to a new position as an administrative judge for workers' compensation cases.
Governor Jay Nixon's office said Monday that Larry Rebman will serve as a workers' compensation judge in Kansas City, where he previously worked as an attorney concentrating in employment matters.
Rebman has led the Department of Labor and Industrial Relations since Nixon became governor in 2009. He also previously worked as an assistant state attorney general.
Originally published on Thu March 14, 2013 12:01 pm
Two sets of tax credits were passed by Missouri lawmakers Wednesday and sent to Governor Jay Nixon (D).
The Missouri Supreme Court is examining whether the governor has wide discretion to cut spending, even when revenues aren't running short.