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Gov. Nixon to Issue Executive Order Directing Dept. of Revenue to Accept Joint Tax Returns from Same-Sex Couples

JEFFERSON CITY – Gov. Jay Nixon today will issue an executive order directing the Missouri Department of Revenue to accept the jointly-filed state tax returns of all legally married couples, including same-sex couples legally married in other states, who file joint federal tax returns as required under Missouri law.

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40 & 8 Commander Tony Gallagher Thanks the Community for Strong Support on Veterans Day

SEDALIA (Tony Gallagher, 40 & 8 Commander) -  Veteran's Day 2013!  What a great day from start to finish!  The S-C JROTC served a delicious breakfast to all veterans and their families at the high school.  This was followed by a great program in the gymnasium with honors paid to all the veterans.  I very much appreciated being asked to be the main speaker and was humbled.

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Brett Barth-Fagan Takes Position with Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Brett Barth-Fagan has served the Boys & Girls Clubs of West Central Missouri as its executive director since December of 2005. On Jan. 2, 2014, he will leave the organization to take a governmental relations position with Boys & Girls Clubs of America.

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Gov. Jay Nixon

Gov. Jay Nixon: Standing With Our Veterans, As They Stood for Us [OPINION]

STANDING WITH OUR VETERANS, AS THEY STOOD FOR US
By Gov. Jay Nixon

One in 12 Missourians – almost half a million of our state’s 6 million citizens – have served in our nation’s armed forces. Now ranging in age from their early twenties to over 95 years old, they defended the freedoms we hold dear, both during times of conflict and times of peace.

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Clinton Police Investigate Traffic Accident Involving a Pedestrian

At 9:39 p.m. on the evening of Saturday, Nov. 3, Clinton Police Officers were dispatched to the east side of the Clinton Square in regard to a traffic accident that involved a pedestrian.  Upon arrival, police found the victim, 20-year-old Tyler Lane Frerking of Smithville, Missouri lying on the pavement.

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Smith-Cotton JROTC Raiders Named National Champions

On Saturday (Nov. 2), the Smith-Cotton JROTC Raider Team competed in Molena, Georgia for the National Championship title. The Raider Team has had a good season this year with many adversities and accomplishments.  The Raider Team has worked all season for the moment when they could rise above their competitors and once again earn the title of Raider National Champions.

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Knob Noster School District to Celebrate Air Force Partnership with Whiteman Elementary Dedication

KNOB NOSTER, MO (October 22, 2013) – Knob Noster R-VIII School District will hold a dedication ceremony to formally announce and celebrate the signing of a new lease with the U.S. Air Force for the Whiteman Elementary school building located on Whiteman Air Force Base.

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Governor Nixon Applauds Oak Grove High School For Its Continued Academic Achievement

OAK GROVE, MO – Gov. Jay Nixon visited Oak Grove High School to recognize the school district and its students for their continued academic achievement and to discuss his efforts to ensure all students in Missouri have access to a quality education that prepares them to succeed in college and the career of their choice.  To make sure Missouri schools have the resources to provide the world-class education students need and deserve, Gov. Nixon recently announced his commitment to fully fund the state’s foundation formula for Missouri public schools by the end of 2016.

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