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Published on Sep 12, 2012

Gov. Jay Nixon extends the state of emergency for Missouri to November 15, 2012 and the deadline to complete projects approved through the cost share program. Gov. Nixon also praised Missouri's rural electric cooperatives for their assistance during this process.

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  1. 1

    Highway Patrol commissions 30 new troopers

  2. 2

    Gov. Nixon names Richard Fordyce agriculture director

  3. 3

    Gov. Nixon announces Caring for Missourians: Mental Health at UMKC

  4. 4

    Gov. Nixon announces Caring for Missourians: Mental Health

  5. 5

    Gov. Nixon calls for undergraduate tuition freeze

  6. 6

    Gov. Nixon proposes new psychiatric facility in Fulton

  7. 7

    Gov. Nixon signs bill to help Missouri compete for Boeing 777X production

  8. 8

    Gov. Nixon applauds innovative school improvement efforts in Missouri

  9. 9

    Gov. Nixon speaks with K-12 educators at Mental Health First Aid training

  10. 10

    Gov. Nixon leads proposal for Missouri to produce Boeing 777x

  11. 11

    Gov. Nixon proposes new Bright Flight incentive

  12. 12

    Gov. Nixon announces Bright Flight Boost proposal at Truman State University

  13. 13

    Governor Nixon Joins Company Officials in Opening Pharma Medica Research Facility

  14. 14

    MFA celebrates 100 years of business

  15. 15

    Governor Nixon Celebrates Bioscience Research Company

  16. 16

    Gov. Nixon announces funding for lake project in northern Missouri

  17. 17

    Gov. Nixon discusses advances in higher education at Kauffman Foundation

  18. 18

    Gov. Nixon recognizes Forsyth High School

  19. 19

    2013 Youth Deer Hunt Dinner

  20. 20

    Gov. Nixon attends Veterans Day ceremony at Hermann High School

  21. 21

    Gov. Nixon receives award from Missouri Hospital Association

  22. 22

    Missouri State Penitentiary to be renovated

  23. 23

    Governor Visits Calhoun Early Childhood Center

  24. 24

    Gov. Nixon applauds Oak Grove School District

  25. 25

    Gov. Nixon calls on hunters to donate to Share the Harvest

  26. 26

    Gov. Nixon discusses corn harvest and Missouri agriculture priorities

  27. 27

    Bolivar High School selected as a national 2013 Blue Ribbon School

  28. 28

    Gov. Nixon helps break ground for Monsanto expansion

  29. 29

    Governor Announces Workforce Training Grant

  30. 30

    Governor Nixon visits Buckhorn Rubber Products

  31. 31

    Missouri Works international animal health company train employees

  32. 32

    Governor Nixon Dedicates Entrepreneurial Center

  33. 33

    Gov. Nixon announces improvements to Missouri State Fairgrounds

  34. 34

    University of Missouri - Kansas City celebrates 80th anniversary

  35. 35

    9 Missouri public safety officers receive Medal of Valor

  36. 36

    Governor Announces Export Initiative

  37. 37

    Nixa High School selected as a National Blue Ribbon School

  38. 38

    Gov. Nixon gives keynote address to Council of State Governments

  39. 39

    Gov. Nixon Announces Early Childhood Education Funding

  40. 40

    Gov. Nixon announces funding for Jefferson City early childhood education project

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    Gov. Nixon announces funding for Van Buren early childhood education project

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    Gov. Nixon applauds the Logan-Rogersville School District

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    Gov. Nixon announces funding for early childhood education projects in Kansas City

  44. 44

    MU and MSU partner to train health care professionals

  45. 45

    Gov. Nixon visits Fairview Elementary School to praise students on academic success

  46. 46

    Gov. Nixon discusses impact of HB 253 on mental health treatment

  47. 47

    Missouri rebuilds after flash flooding

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    Gov. Nixon discusses negative impact of HB253 with education leaders in southwest Missouri

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    Gov. Nixon congratulates North County Senior High School students on academic achievements

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    Gov. Nixon discusses impact of HB 253 with education leaders in Centralia

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    Gov. Nixon congratulates Liberty High School on academic achievements

  52. 52

    Missouri Works continues economic growth in the Show Me State

  53. 53

    Automotive Parts Supplier Toyota Bodine expand in Troy

  54. 54

    Missouri celebrates 50th anniversary of March on Washington

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    Gov. Nixon discusses HB 253 with education leaders in Kirksville

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    Gov. Nixon and Branson education officials discuss impact of HB 253 on Missouri schools

  57. 57

    Gov. Nixon and education leaders in Missouri discuss negative impact of House Bill 253

  58. 58

    Missouri and National Weather Service Strengthen Collaboration

  59. 59

    Gov Nixon discusses his veto of Senate Bill 51 in Springfield

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    Gov. Nixon discusses veto of HB 253 at Kirkwood pharmacy

  61. 61

    Missouri State Fair Military Appreciation Day

  62. 62

    Gov. Nixon assesses deadly flash flooding in Waynesville

  63. 63

    Kansas City educators support Gov. Nixon's veto of HB253

  64. 64

    Gov Nixon visits Key Drugs in Poplar Bluff to discuss his veto of HB 253

  65. 65

    Gov. Nixon tours State Hospital and discusses the impact of House Bill 253 on critical investments

  66. 66

    Chillicothe welcomes 2 new companies to the community

  67. 67

    Gov. Nixon highlights success of MoBroadbandNow during visit to United Electric Cooperative

  68. 68

    President Obama praises Missouri's Innovation Campus

  69. 69

    Education leaders voice concerns over HB253

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    Gov. Nixon announces aluminum plant expansion in New Madrid

  71. 71

    Independent credit rating agencies raise concerns about impact of House Bill 253

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    Gov. Nixon and education leaders discuss negative impact of House Bill 253 on Missouri schools

  73. 73

    Gov. Nixon visits Kirksville and Springfield, Mo. to discuss HB 253.

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    Governor Nixon breaks ground on Jonesburg facility

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    Gov. Nixon visits Eldon Senior Center to discuss his veto of House Bill 253

  76. 76

    Gov Nixon meets with St. Louis Regional Chamber of Commerce

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    Gov. Nixon discusses his veto of House Bill 253

  78. 78

    Gov. Nixon signs Innovation Campus bill

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    Gov. Nixon signs Innovation Campus bill

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    Gov. Nixon cuts ribbon to open new corporate headquarters

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    Gov. Nixon cuts ribbon to open new corporate headquarters

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    Gov. Nixon signs bills to benefit veterans, current members of the military

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    Gov. Nixon meets with Early Childhood Education Commission in Kansas City

  84. 84

    Gov. Nixon signs children's health and safety bills in St. Louis

  85. 85

    Gov. Nixon speaks at Missouri Girls State

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    Gov. Nixon restricts $400 million from Fiscal Year 2014 budget

  87. 87

    Gov. Nixon vetoes Senate Bill 51

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    Gov. Nixon presents Flag of Freedom award to Enterprise Holdings

  89. 89

    Gov Nixon signs Senate Bill 205 and Senate Bill 208

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    Gov. Nixon discusses impact of $800 million tax bill with higher education leaders

  91. 91

    Global auto industry supplier in Portageville to significantly upgrade workforce skills

  92. 92

    Gov. Nixon vetos House Bill 253 in Springfield

  93. 93

    Gov. Nixon vetos Senate Bill 267

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    Gov. Nixon address mental health professionals

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    Gov. Nixon announces launch of 100 Missouri Miles Challenge

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    Gov. Nixon announces new Coca-Cola facility in Joplin

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    Joplin Tornado: Two Year Anniversary

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    Gov. Nixon speaks at Broadband Telemedicine Conference in St. Louis

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    O'Reilly Auto Parts in Springfield receives Flag of Freedom award

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    Global reinsurance provider to build new headquarters in St. Louis County

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    Expanding the A+ Scholarship Program in Windsor, Mo.

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    Gov. Nixon calls for First Steps funding

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    Gov. Nixon congratulates Jasper R-5 High School on earning A+ certification

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    Gov. Nixon announces additional shift at Ford's Kansas City Assembly Plant

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    Gov. Nixon welcomes home Missouri National Guard in Sedalia

  106. 106

    Brewer Science Announces New Facility

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    Gov. Nixon recognizes Scott City High School for earning A+ designation

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    Missouri State Highway Patrols rescues 2 flood victims

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    Major auto supplier plans to build new manufacturing facility in Riverside

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    National Crime Victims' Rights Week ceremony held at Missouri State Capitol

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    Governor Nixon Announces Monsanto Expansion

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    Gov. Nixon congratulates Pattonville High School

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    Gov. Nixon surveys flooding along Mississippi River

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    La Plata and Stewartsville high schools earn A+ certification

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    Gov. Nixon speaks at Medicaid rally at Missouri State Capitol

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    Blue Springs Chamber endorses Gov. Nixon's plan to strengthen Medicaid

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    Gov. Nixon helps dedicate rail transfer facility in Washington

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    Gov. Nixon visits Mercy McCune-Brooks Hospital to discuss strengthening Medicaid

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    Springfield Chamber of Commerce supports Gov. Nixon's plan to strengthen Medicaid

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    Honoring Missouri's Vietnam Veterans

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    Gov. Nixon discusses strengthening Medicaid in Wentzville, Mo.

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    Gov. Nixon signs Missouri Senate Bill 20 and Senate Bill 10

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    Business leaders in Perryville join Gov. Nixon to discuss strengthening Medicaid

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    Hermann Chamber of Commerce endorses Gov. Nixon's plans to strengthen Medicaid

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    During visit to Kirkwood, Gov. Nixon discusses benefits of strengthening Medicaid

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    Northland Chamber of Commerce supports strengthening Medicaid

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    Gov. Nixon leads trade mission to Republic of Korea and Taiwan

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    Warrensburg Chamber endorses strengthening Medicaid

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    Gov. Nixon visits Chillicothe first responders, discusses strengthening Medicaid

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    At Hannibal Regional Hospital, Gov. Nixon discusses plan strengthen Medicaid

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    Gov. Nixon meets with St. Francois first responders, discusses strengthening Medicaid

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    Jasper County named nation's first Certified Work Ready Community

  133. 133

    During visit to Rolla, Gov. Nixon discusses plan to strengthen Medicaid

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    Gov. Nixon discusses benefits of strengthening Medicaid

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    Cape Girardeau Chamber of Commerce endorses Gov. Nixon's plant to strengthen Medicaid

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    Gov. Nixon joins Ford officials in unveiling new 2014 Transit van

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    Gov. Nixon kicks off the 2013 trout fishing season in Missouri

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    Improving mental health care by strengthening Medicaid in Missouri

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    Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce supports Gov. Nixon's plan to strengthen Medicaid

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    Bolivar Chamber of Commerce endorses Gov. Nixon's plan to strengthen Medicaid

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    St. Charles County Economic Development Center endorses Medicaid expansion

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    Columbia REDI endorses Gov. Nixon's plan to expand Medicaid

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    West Plains Chamber of Commerce joins Gov. Nixon in plan to expand Medicaid

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    Gov. Nixon details economic benefits of expanding Medicaid during visit to MSSU

  145. 145

    Gov. Nixon introduces WGU Missouri

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    Gov. Nixon visits Independence Chamber of Commerce, details positives of expanding Medicaid

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    Gov. Nixon outlines proposal to support Missouri's multi-jurisdictional drug task forces

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    Gov. Nixon details his legislative priorities to Missouri County Commissioners Association

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    Gov. Nixon outlines plans to improve access to mental health care

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    Gov. Nixon recognizes Hosea Elementary for academic excellence

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    Gov. Nixon discusses addititional funding for Missouri's universities

  152. 152

    Digital Sandbox brings tech entrepreneurs to Missouri

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    Gov. Nixon details Medicaid expansion at Kirksville REDI

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    Gov. Nixon delivers 2013 State of the State address

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    Gov. Nixon outlines plans to improve educational opportunies for Missouri's students

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    Gov. Nixon calls on reinstatement of public safety exemptions to Missouri's Sunshine Law

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