Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has an approval rating of 61 percent, POLITICO's Dave Catanese reports, but that number has a bit of nuance behind it.
The company that makes Skippy peanut butter is recalling two of its spreads that may be contaminated with salmonella.
No illnesses have been linked to the recall of the Skippy reduced fat creamy and reduced fat chunky brands.
Unilever United States Inc. did not specify how many jars have been recalled. They are packaged in 16.3 oz. plastic jars with used-by dates of May 16-21, 2012.
State politicians were in St. Louis today to solicit public feedback on redrawing Missouri's congressional map from nine districts down to eight.
The outcome may mean a decrease in political clout for the metro region.
Missouri’s exports grew by 35 percent last year, and the state’s governor is visiting several businesses today to spread the news.
Governor Jay Nixon stopped at Volpi Foods this morning, a family-owned business on The Hill in St. Louis, which exports dry-cured Italian meats to several countries.
Updating you on a story about the first vote yesterday, the Missouri House has, with their second vote today, approved legislation to allow for a tax amnesty period.
Delinquent Missouri taxpayers would get a chance to pay off their debts without owing penalties or interest under the legislation.
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