Daily Archives: June 25, 2015

MSA Backs Increased Biodiesel Volume in RFS, Supports Continued Increases

  (JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.) – Missouri’s soybean farmers and biodiesel producers were well-represented in Kansas City today as the EPA heard repeatedly that increases in...

State Rep. Steve Lynch Praises Governor’s Decision to Sign Office of Military Advocate...

    WAYNESVILLE, Mo.  – Governor Nixon signed legislation today that will establish the Office of Military Advocate.  Located within the Missouri Military Preparedness and Enhancement...

Justus, McManus win big in KC

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A few Missouri Capitol regulars will now soon become veterans of another governmental body. State Rep. Kevin McManus and former...

Group Appeals Renewable Energy Standard Circuit Court Decision

Contact: Henry Robertson, (314) 231-4181, hrobertson@greatriverslaw.org Ed Smith, (314) 705-4975, esmith@moenviron.org Group Appeals Renewable Energy Standard Circuit Court Decision St. Louis, MO: Seven years after voter approval,...

Kander Statement on the Signing of His Voting Proposals

Jefferson City, Mo. — Secretary of State Jason Kander today released the following statement regarding the signing of bipartisan legislation that will expand access for...

Gov. signs bill expanding military voting access

Senator Will Kraus 8th Senatorial District   For Immediate Release: June 25, 2015     Capitol Building, Room 418 Jefferson City, MO 65101   Contact: (573) 751-1464   Gov. signs bill expanding military voting access   JEFFERSON CITY, Mo....

Gov. signs bill allowing military children to stay in Missouri for education

Senator Will Kraus 8th Senatorial District   For Immediate Release: June 25, 2015     Capitol Building, Room 418 Jefferson City, MO 65101   Contact: (573) 751-1464   Gov. signs bill allowing military children to stay in...

State Rep. Joshua Peters to Sponsor Legislation Banning Confederate Flags on State and...

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.  –  State Representative Joshua Peters plans to sponsor a bill for the upcoming legislative session that would ban the display of...

At Cameron Veterans’ Home, Gov. Nixon signs several bills to help or honor veterans...

  Governor also discusses already-signed bills that will provide more than $33 million in improvements for Missouri’s seven veterans’ homes CAMERON, Mo. – Speaking at one...

PSC APPROVES WATER SYSTEM SALE

JEFFERSON CITY---The Missouri Public Service Commission has approved an application which authorizes Ozark Shores Water Company (Ozark Shores) to sell and transfer its assets...

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