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Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich (Courtesy of Missouri Auditor's Office)

Lawmakers Prepare For Tom Schweich’s Funeral

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri lawmakers are clearing their schedules to allow members to attend Auditor Tom Schweich's funeral. Schweich's funeral is scheduled for 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Church of St

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John Watson
John Watson

John Watson Appointed Missouri State Auditor

Jefferson City, MO – To ensure continuity of government operations, Gov. Jay Nixon today appointed John Watson as Missouri State Auditor. Watson has agreed to serve as the State Auditor until a permanent appointment by the Governor is made, immediately prior to which Watson will resign

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Missouri Secretary of State, Jason Kander (Courtesy of Secretary of State website)

Jason Kander Will Run For U.S. Senate in 2016

Columbia, MO – Jason Kander, Missouri’s Secretary of State and a former Army Captain, today announced he is running for United States Senate in 2016. Kander, a fifth-generation Missourian who lives in Columbia with his wife and son, released a video t

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Atlanta College Students Plan To Help In Ferguson During Spring Break

ATLANTA (AP) — Instead of heading to nearby beaches for spring break, NAACP officials say dozens of Atlanta, Georgia area college students are planning to help with a voter registration drive in Ferguson

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Politicians From Around the State Comment on Passing of Tom Schweich

Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich died today and various politicians commented about his passing from around the state:

Gov. Jay Nixon today released the following statement upon the death of Missouri State Aud

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Tom Schweich
Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich (Courtesy of Missouri Auditor's Office)

Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich Dead

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich, a Republican candidate for governor, died Thursday of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, a staff member told The Associated Press.

The auditor's office staff member spoke on condition of anonymity because the person was not authorized to speak publicly about the cause of death

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Tom Schweich
Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich (Courtesy of Missouri Auditor's Office)

Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich Hospitalized

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich is at a hospital after experiencing what his staff is describing as a "medical situation."

Auditor's spokesman Spence Jackson said Schweich "experienced a medical situation at his home in Clayton on Thursday morning and is being treated at a St

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Missouri House Speaker Makes Move To Strip Funding For National Common Core Standards

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — House Speaker John Diehl says the state will strip $4.5 million in funding for membership to a group that makes tests for the national Common Core education standards. Diehl says cutting the money will ensure Missouri's partnership with the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium ends

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Jeff Mizanskey
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Governor Nixon Asked About Clemency For Jeff Mizanskey By KSIS

Governor Jay Nixon visited Maxion Wheels this (Wednesday) afternoon to recognize Pettis County as one of only 12-counties in Missouri to earn a “Certified Work Ready Community” (CWRC) Designation Nixon pointed out that Maxion Wheels Long time presence in Sedalia is a perfect example of why a highly trained workforce is key to competing in today’s global market

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Missouri State Capitol, Jefferson City
Missouri State Capitol, Jefferson City

Missouri Student Transfer Law Gains Initial Approval

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Two proposals aimed at addressing concerns with Missouri's student transfer law gained initial approval from the state House and Senate Tuesday. The current transfer law allows students in failing districts to switch schools at the expense of their home district, which has meant financial hardships for some schools when students flock elsewhere

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