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Jeff Davis stepping down from Mo. Public Service Commission

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Mo. Public Service Commissioner Jeff Davis (R).

 A Missouri utility regulator is resigning next month from the Missouri Public Service Commission.

Jeff Davis said Friday his resignation from the commission would be effective Jan. 16. Davis joined the Public Service Commission in 2004 and served as the chairman from 2005 to 2009. His six-year term on the commission was expiring in April.

The five-member Public Service commission is responsible for regulating utilities, and the chairman is selected by the governor.

Davis has spent more than 15 years working in public service, including as state legislative aide and as a law clerk for a state appeals court judge. 

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