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Missouri Governor Jay Nixon signed several pieces of legislation Wednesday related to veterans.
One bill requires licensing boards to accept military training and education for licensing requirements.
At a press conference in Cape Girardeau, Nixon said many members of the military have skill sets that are very transferable to the workplace, like truck drivers and emergency medical technicians - or EMT's.
Updated 4:49 p.m. with reporting from KRCU's Jacob McCleland
The United States Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday in a Missouri case that police cannot take a blood test from a drunk driving suspect without a warrant during a routine drunk driving arrest.
Tony Rothert is the legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri and says the decision requires police officers to consider all circumstances during a drunk driving arrest when deciding if a warrant is necessary.