Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is extending his declaration of a state of emergency until mid-November because of drought, heat and the risk of fire.
Gov. Jay Nixon is urging Missouri soil and water districts to allow farmers to briefly graze their animals on livestock exclusion areas.
Speaking at ceremonial bill signing in St. Louis, Governor Nixon sounded more like a Republican when he asked about the Supreme Court’s impending health care ruling.
Among the 115 bills sent to Governor Jay Nixon this year is one that would make it a crime to deliberately disturb worship services in Missouri.
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