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That question is being asked by residents worried about the impact of a proposed $1.5 billion sale of a nonprofit hospital system that serves 18 mostly rural counties.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon nailed it in only 63 words.
At our 2015 Annual Luncheon, Governor Jay Nixon signed equal pay Executive Order 15-09. An executive order (E.O.) is a policy or regulation issued by the Governor, which has the force of law. E.O. 15-09 promotes gender pay equity in the workplace by directing state agencies and encouraging private sector organizations to use best practice guidelines to identify and address gender wage gaps within their organization.
Donors with deep pockets are trying to reshape the Show-Me State.
Now, it's up to the community to act.
This story was originally published by The St. Louis American.  Those quoted terms were included in Gov. Jay Nixon’s initial
But businesses and the state legislature could deter the proposal.
Jeff Mizanskey's last crime involved just six pounds of pot.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon describes lessons learned in his state after the death of Michael Brown and the protests that followed. One year later, Nixon discusses the importance of peaceful protest, the ubiquity of cameras and the law enforcement changes made in Ferguson and throughout his state.
"This extreme measure would take our state backward, squeeze the middle-class, lower wages for Missouri families, and subject
Missouri is among states where legislators this year have considered bills that would curb welfare benefits. In Kansas, the
Black Voices
While everyone has their eyes on the U.S. Department of Justice with hopes it will launch federal civil rights actions against Darren Wilson and Daniel Pantaleo, the two police officers involved in the Brown and Garner matters, it's actually equally important for us to focus on local politics. It's there that the power for change lies.