compromise

Proposition B / Dog Breeding Legislation
6:58 pm
Wed April 27, 2011

Nixon signs compromise version of dog-breeding bill

Mo. Gov. Jay Nixon signs the "Missouri Solution," flanked l-r by State Rep. Paul Quinn (D, Monroe City) and Mo. Dept. of Agriculture Director Dr. Jon Hagler.
Governor's Press Office

Missouri Governor Jay Nixon (D) this evening signed into law a compromise dog-breeding bill, the result of last week’s agreement between some supporters and opponents of voter-approved Proposition B.

First, Nixon signed a bill this morning that stripped several regulations out of Prop B, including the 50-dogs-per-breeder cap and requirements for larger cages and annual veterinary exams.

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Missouri congressional redistricting
6:22 am
Fri April 22, 2011

Mo. House, Senate negotiators fail to agree on redistricting maps

(l-r) State Senator Scott Rupp (R, Wentzville) and State Rep. John Diehl (R, Town and Country), at the start of a long night of failed negotiations.
Marshall Griffin, St. Louis Public Radio

House and Senate negotiators have failed to reach an agreement on a congressional redistricting map before today’s self-imposed deadline.

Republican House leaders had wanted a compromise map ready to pass before Easter Weekend, in order to have time to override a potential veto from Democratic Governor Jay Nixon during the regular session.

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